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Sep 30, 2000 23:13



Submitted by Grim Reaper who fished St. Clair - Stony Point on September 29, 2000

We went fishing from 2:30 pm to 8:00 pm on Friday. Weather was sunny, wind was moderate from the southeast. Barometer was over 30 and falling. Water quality ranged from murky to crystal clear. We fished from 15 to 19 feet of water. Air temp was in the upper 60's and the water temp was 58-59. We went 4 for 4 with a dink, a 39, a 36 and a 48.5 which weighed 28 lbs. We got the 39 and 36 on boat roads about 15' back on a WB Perch Terminator TX. The dink came on a planer board 50' back, 4 oz. on a WB Dogturd TX. These fish all came in 15 to 17 of water that was murky. The big fish came on a wiley knockoff (wood), WB perch on a planer board with 6 oz., 45' back. This fish came around 7 pm in 19' deep clear water. Combining this trip with the trip before we have caught 8 straight. We are really due for some losses, now.

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Sep 28, 2000 23:11



Submitted by Mike Fird who fished anchor bay on Sept 28 2000

I went fishing for musky on Lake St.Clair from 430pm to 730pm in C2. Cought one 44" musky on a walleye scale wiley set at 30'2oz.

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Sep 25, 2000 00:00



Submitted by Gregory J. Mickunas who fished Lake St. Clair on September 23, 2000

Drove from Dayton, OH at 2 a.m. on Saturday to fish St. Clair. Arrived at Deerbrook Marina (per the Rocketman's web site suggestion) at 6 a.m. and got set up. Nice helpful marina people and a well placed launch site. Cloudy, windy, wavy, scattered rain. What else could you ask for? Water temp 62 degrees by my Bottom Line Tournament Master. Waves 2-3 feet with a good stiff breeze. Cruised out to the Thames, marked no fish or bait. Trolled around in the 12 foot range without a rip. The water was murky and visibility was poor. Decided to go back to port to pack up and re-launch from the Mouth of the Detroit River when I noticed a Red Lund going out from the Mouth of the Ruscom River. I asked my fishing partner "Could that be the Rocketman"? Trolled the Mouth of the Detroit River, Sturgeon Hole, and toward the Dumps. Marked all kinds of medium sized fish (probably Walleye) but never got a rip. Also marked a 150 x 30 meter object at the bottom of Sturgeon Hole but figured it was merely the Russian nuclear submarine "Kiev" sank by Danitzger and company back on the 13th, so we didn't report it. Fearing that nuclear waste would come pouring out of the Kiev, we pulled the boat out and went to the north end of the lake. Fished a favoite spot and boated a 38" Muskie (which had exceptionally large teeth) around 7 p.m. Six inch jointed perch Wiley, long rod, no weight, 40 feet. Got another rip on the same lure but missed. Hope all the guys at the Sunday tournament did better. See you on the lake.

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Submitted: Sep 24, 2000 at 11:21 by the Rocketman

How did your hero, the Rocketman, do today?
Fair

We went fishing on Saturday, 09/23/00 from 1:30 PM until 9:00 PM at St. Clair/C19, for Muskies. It was mostly cloudy, 70 F and the wind was N 15-20 mph. The last few days the weather was unstable. The water temperature was 67 F and there were 3 foot waves. The water color was muddy brown, visability was 1-2 feet, and I was fishing in 18 foot deep water.

I went 1 for 2 or 3 today. The one I got was a 45 inch Muskie that went for a Firetiger Terminator T3 fished on a long rod. This was kind of tough conditions. When I started the wind was SW about 10 but the lake was really stirred up from all the wind yesterday. There were thunderstorms forecast so I didn't want to go too far from the launch. Everywhere out to about 6 miles out the water was muddy. Visability was maybe a foot in close in less than 12 feet (but marked nothing) and out deeper than 18 it was about a foot. In between it was 6". I got a good screaming rip on a board with slider on either a T3 Zit Frog or $9 Bass but it hit when I was putting the top up and I don't know which lure and lost the fish. Then I had to go hide under the bridge and wait for a thunderstorm to blow through. When I went back out the wind was N 15-20 and getting stronger. Had a T3 $9 Bass release but it might have been waves. Then, finally I got a 45" fish at about 7:45 on the Firetiger at 20/2 on a longrod. It was so dark and the water was so muddy that I never saw the fish until it was right at the boat. It came right up suddenly before I even had the net ready so I hand landed it. That works pretty good but next time I do that I am going to wear a glove!



Sep 15, 2000 14:26



Submitted by Jonathon Danitzger who fished Lake St. Claire on 9-13

Went fishing for muskies on Lake St. Claire on 9-13. Weather was nice, small chop on the water. Hooked what seemed to be a giant muskie at around noon. After a lengthy battle, imagine our surprise when the Kiev, a Russian nuclear sub surfaced. Pissed for having wasted an hour of our time battling the sub, I slammed my terminator lure down hard several times on it's hull. About the 4th time the lure slammed down, a giant crack formed in the 2 inch thick steel and the sub quickly flooded and sank, with all hands lost. After several high fives and after soaking several towels from tears of laughter, we went back to fishing. Landed a couple of dinks and one 40 incher.

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Hey Danitzger, there is no way that really happened. Everybody knows submarine hulls are made of titanium. Duh!
the Rocketman


Sep 11, 2000 14:29



Submitted by Grim Reaper who fished St. Clair - Puce on September 10, 2000

We went fishing from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Puce/Pike's Creek area. Weather was overcast and rainy. Wind was moderate from the south. We fished in 11 to 15 feet of water. Water was silty blue. Barometer was under 30. Air temp was in the 70s and the water temp was 69. We went 4 for 4. The biggest was 47.5 inches, 23.5 lbs., on a WBS Blue Frog Terminator TX at 30', 4 oz. This fish hit first at 8:45 am. Also got a 37 and two real small ones (25 and 24) between 10:30 and 11:15 am. The 37 and 24 were on a Coach Dog Terminator TX at 25', 4 oz. and the 25 was on a Zit Frog Terminator TX at 40', no weight, all planer boards. We switched to running TX's to get bigger fish and felt good after the first one but unfortunately we learned the small ones like TX's as well.

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Sep 10, 2000 22:11



Submitted by mike ford who fished C2 on 9-9-00

Went fishing on Lake St.Clair Saturday C2. Went five for five with four of the fish being under 27 inches, the other a 41 incher. The fish were caught on a mixture of bucktails, and Wileys.

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Sep 10, 2000 18:07



Submitted by dale who fished sturgen hole to belle river hump to the light house on 9-8-00

caught two 41"and 36" caught on 10inch wileys fire tigger, took both fish, also caught one small pike, 35ft.back no weights.flat calm sillty green water trolled from 6:30am untill 8:00pm we sucked!!!!

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Submitted: Sep 10, 2000 at 11:44 by the Rocketman

How did your hero, the Rocketman, do today?
Poor

We went fishing on Saturday, 09/09/00 from 1:30 PM until 8:30 PM at St. Clair/C20, for Muskies. It was mostly cloudy, 80 F and the wind was SE 5-10 mph. The last few days the weather was unstable. The water temperature was 72 F and there were 1 foot waves. The water color was silty blue, visability was 1-2 feet, and we were fishing in 17 foot deep water.

We went 1 for 4 today. John got the biggest one, a dink that went for a Zit Frog Terminator T3 fished on a board. Overall the hottest set-up was a board and the action was mid-depths.

We had some action today but overall we didn't get what we wanted. Besides the muskie hits we also boated a couple pike. The hits were mostly on T2 and T3 Zit Frogs but we also T3 $9 Bass and Fire Bass go. Unfortunately for a good part of the day we fished in an area that was maybe only holding pike. We marked lots of big fish there but when we boated them they were small and there were those white spots. Oh well, eat a pike - save a muskie!



Sep 10, 2000 09:35



Submitted by DO2 who fished Anchor Bay - St. Clair on Sept 9,2000

Fished from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Water temperature was 69 degrees, weather was warm with overcast sky. Went 0 for 1 at 6:30 PM using a Mepps "Musky Killer" at 10ft / 2 oz. Got the fish along side the boat and it flipped out of the net on the first attempt at netting.We tried to use my "Walleye" net but the fish was a little too big for it. Then we brought out my cradle net. The lure hooks caught on the net as I was floating the fish into it, he did a head shake,came loose and left us with a tangled mess and a lasting memory. It looked like it was about a 40" and did have 2 or 3 lamprey attached to it. I sure hope the DNR is right when they claim that these Silver lamprey don't harm the fish........ they sure look like they're hurting it when you see them. Anyway the fish is still there, growing bigger every day and waiting to be caught again. I just hope I'm able to catch it before the rest of you guy's do.

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Sep 9, 2000 16:58



submitted by fishinjunkie who fished metro beach area on september,9 2000

went one for two today carp colored t-3 again,20-4 water green colored 13-15 feet and very choppy alot of weeds and perch fisherman.big cruiser through a wake so big went over the bow of the boat oh well guess the deck needed a rinseing anyway i know it's a small lake and he probally had to blast 10 feet off my bow good luck to all

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Sep 9, 2000 09:05



Submitted by Czar who fished StClair, Huron Point on 9-8=00

Went 1 for 1 off of Huron Point in 11 feet. Only a 30 inch dink caught on a perch believer 35 feet back on 4 ozs. Water was a silty blue and was 68 degrees. Hope the biguns put on the feed bag soon. Good luck to all and may all your fish be lunkers.

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Sep 5, 2000 12:59



Submitted by Grim Reaper who fished St. Clair - Stony Point on September 3, 2000

We went fishing from 3:15 to 8:15 on Sunday. Weather was very hazy, wind moderate from south southwest. Air temp was around 80, water temp was 76. Water was silty green. Barometer was over 30. Cold front moved through later that night. We fished in 16 - 17 feet of water. We went 1 for 2 plus a walleye. Fish was a 36 incher. Caught it on a planer board line with 4 oz at 30' on a Jeremy Frog Stalker (custom painted by one of the members of the G-Force). Lost fish was on a imitation Jeremy Frog Stalker at 4 oz and 25'. Fish caught at 7:15 and lost fish at 7:45 pm. We marked a ton of fish from about 4:30 on but to no avail. Seemed like cold front conditions based upon our performance but we were prefront.

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Submitted: Sep 4, 2000 at 11:24 by the Rocketman

How did your hero, the Rocketman, do today?
We Sucked!!

We went fishing on Saturday, 09/03/00 from 1:30 PM until 9:00 PM at St. Clair/C21, for Muskies. It was partly cloudy, 80 F and the wind was S 10-15 mph. The last few days the weather was stable. The water temperature was 76 F and there were 2 foot waves. The water color was silty green, visability was 2-4 feet, and we were fishing in 14 foot deep water.

We went 0 for 6 today. My buddys John and Bruce were trying to talk me out of saying we sucked because we did have some decent action, and we did catch a nice walleye, so they figured that should at least rate a "poor". But guys, the sad fact is that we were muskie fishin', not waleye fishin', and we didn't get any, and so we sucked. That means all of us. The Rocketman sucked. And you guys John and Bruce - you sucked too!!! The hits we missed while in the process of sucking were: T3 Gold Head $9 Bass on long rod(1), TX Gold Head $9 Bass on downrod (1), T3 $9 Perch 30/2 on board (2, one was big), T3 Litwin $9 Bass on downrod (1 plus it got the walleye), T3 Crackle frog on downrod (1). The worst thing is that besides sucking we did it in a place that had so many big fish that I maked 32 size 4's. Sure wish I would have seen some of them on the floor of the boat instead of just the screen of the graph!



Sep 3, 2000 19:14



Submitted by Tom who fished East of St. Clair light on 9/3

Not intentionally a musky report, but I think I've stumbled upon a hot, new musky bait to rival the Terminator series. Once each in the past two days, I've been trolling for 'eyes on St. Clair and have had muskies come up and strike my Offshore, in-line planers. Yesterday's was little more than a swirl, but today's was simply devestating. That beast came up and absolutely slammed the board -pulled it completely under and carried it for 20 yards before spitting it out. Board's full of teeth marks and it tore the Tattle Flag assembly right off. Perhaps I should start adding 4/0 trebles to the back of these things........

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Sep 3, 2000 16:37



Submitted by dale who fished lighthouse to sturgen hole to the hump on 9-1

fished from 5:00am untill 6:30pm caught two dinks on deep diving pigs,caught them around 4:00 pm 11 foot of water by nine mile tower.hot and calm,we sucked!!!!

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Sep 3, 2000 10:43



Submitted by Chris who fished Hump area near Belle River on Sept 2/2000

Started off overcast and gradually cleared as the day progresed. Chop was up at about 2 to 3 footers at times and calming periods in between. We went 4 for 4 all on boat rods. Tried the planer boards but it quickly became apparent that bouncing around and changing up lures off the boards was extemely frustrating so we hauled them in and fished straight behind the boat. Fish where ,42,40,36 and a shaker all released. Lures where W/B Brown Perch,WB Dog Turd and some W/B dark checkerd Atifact that Gary called old faithfull. Also caught a walleye and a fair sized pike on a W/B Special Perch. Thanx for taking me out Gary....nice boat !!!

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Sep 2, 2000 20:22



Submitted by Nitro Glycerine who fished East of the Hump on 8/28/00

Fished Monday from 4:00 to 7:45 trolling east - west from the hump in 16 feet of water. Went 1/3, all hits on boat rods with a drk Frog Stalker. Only fish that we got in the boat was a 38". The lure was trolled 20/4.

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Sep 2, 2000 08:37



Submitted by Czar who fished B buoy on 9-1

Fishing for Smallmouth at B buoy, myself and my brother in my boat and my friend (Joe) in his boat were seperated by about 15 yards. We all cast out at once and bam, I hook a smallie. On the same cast my brother hooks a smallmouth too. While on the very same cast Joe also hooks a fish. Feeling pretty good about ourselves having a triple header,Joe screams out that he has a musky on. Being so close to Joe we just sat back and watched as he fought this 25 pounder. After fighting this fish for about 20 minutes he was finally able to net it and swing it his boat. As they often do this musky went nuts in the net and was able to rip Joes net to shreds. The musky slid through the net and was laying across Joes splashwell with the Mepps still in it`s jaw. After trying to grab it by it`s tail it slipped out of Joes hands to flop a couple more time and off she went back into the drink with Joes Mepps still in it`s jaw. Joe was sick, but at least he was able to fight that magnificent fish and I snapped a couple of pics while he was fighting it. If someone catches a musky with a #5 Mepps in her jaw let me know. LOL. Good fishing to all and may all your fish be lunkers.

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Sep 2, 2000 03:49



Submitted by Billy Raybar who fished Belle River - Hump Area on September 1, 2000

Fished from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m in the scorching heat. 16-17 foot water with Wiley's and Believers. 0/1. Didn't see more than 2 boats trolling for Musky all day. The one strike we had occured right along side of the boat when we were reeling in -- small Musky. We should have stayed home. We never have any luck on hot, sunny days in dead calm water.

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Sep 1, 2000 11:12



Submitted by Aaron who fished C-Marker on 8-31-00

Fished the C-marker from 2:00 till 8:00, went 4 for 5. First 3 fish very small from 25 to 27". Fourth fish was a little better 38 incher. All fish taken off the boards, 3 fish taken 50ft, 2oz, on a Dog turd Maison. The others were taken on Producers. Lots of other fish, bass, pike, and eyes. The fish seem to be out of their lock jaw phase.

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Aug 30, 2000 14:43



Submitted by Gary Underwood who fished ruscom bay on 8-27

Went fishing on 8-27. Fished mostly 14-16 foot water. Fishing was pretty slow all day, but then around 3:00 we connected with a monster fish. After a herculean battle with the beast we managed to land a 2000# ichthyosaur. These creatures were once thought to be extinct, but it is now known that they are still around. Anyway, the ichthyosaur was released to eat more human flesh in the future.

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Hey Gary, what color Jetski were you using for bait?
the Rocketman


Aug 28, 2000 08:49



Submitted by Tyler Converse who fished Ruscom to Belle River on 8-25 through 8-27

Went 5 for 10 for two days of fishing (two people, two rods). Fish ranged from 31" to 48". Lost one fish at boatside, (my bad), and another after some aerial acrobatics. Fished from Ruscom to the Belle and all fish caught in 16-17ft of water (the only place we could find bait). Had the rods go four times in about 1.5 hrs when we found a nice bait concentration. All fish came within a few hundred yards of one another. Two fish on blue/silver jointed Depth Raider 25ft/3oz prop wash. One fish on Firetiger jointed Depth Raider 25/5 prop wash. Three fish on WB Perch Wiley (my favorite) 40/3, and 30/2, 30/2. Two fish on WB Red Bar perch Wiley 40/3 (including 48"). One fish on Bagley crank, perch 50/0. One fish on Dog Turd Wiley 25/2. BTW: Have you guys noticed that the larger fish are getting nailed by the Lamprey? I wonder if that's going to screw the fishery if not addressed!? Fish on!, TC

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Aug 27, 2000 21:08



Submitted by Billy Raybar who fished Belle River - Hump on August 27, 2000

Waves 1 foot or less, light breeze, and cloudy for the good part of the day - Great weather and great Musky fishing. Fished 11 am to 5pm east of the Belle River hump in 16.5 - 17 foot water and went 3/5. First one caught on a yellow Swim Wiz 5 feet behind the boat - 32 incher. Second one caught on a green Wiley 9 feet down - 37 incher. Third one caught on a green Wiley 12 feet down - 37 incher. Lost another small one 30 secs into the fight and missed one massive strike that curled my rod. Trolling speed was 4 to 4.5 mph. Saw many Musky caught by other fishermen.

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Aug 27, 2000 15:52



Submitted by John & Mike Seitz who fished Lake St. Clair on Aug. 27, 2000

Fished on Sunday from 8am to noon. The wind was slight NE, water silty blue with 2 foot visibility. Carp on boards was the hot set-up. First 3 hours not a sniff. 5 minutes after the sun broke though the clouds, BAM. 3 bites in 45 minutes. Fish were 40" and 30". Lost fish was nice mid 40's fish. Short day cause my hand got bit and was bleeding rather profusely. We'll be back, get a fatty guys.

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Aug 27, 2000 15:46



Submitted by Hondo who fished St. Clair on 8/26/00

Went mooskie from 11 to 2 used salt water rapalas fished buoys 26 to 30 off shipping channel. Had 2 ripps but no hook ups marked alot of feeder fish next time.

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Submitted: Aug 27, 2000 at 10:25 by the Rocketman

How did your hero, the Rocketman, do today?
Pretty Good!

We went fishing on Saturday, 08/26/00 from 1:00 PM until 9:00 PM at St. Clair/C12, for Muskies. It was mostly cloudy, 80 F and the wind was S 5-10 mph. The last few days the weather was stable. The water temperature was 71 F and there were 1 foot waves. The water color was silty green, visability was 2-4 feet, and we were fishing in 20 foot deep water.

We went 1 for 1 today. Joe got the biggest one, a 50 inch Muskie that went for a $9 Perch Terminator T3 fished 30/2 on a slider. After way too long and many missed opportunities I finally figured out the problem. My releases were worn out. The pads were worn smooth and impregnated with teflon from that other line that I was using for a while. Not enough tension to set the hook. Duh!!! I replaced the pads in the Offshores and filed a new serrated pattern in the Kumlers and it's back to catching again. Only got the one muskie this time but it was worth it anyhow. It was a nice big fish that hit on a slider. We hand-over-handed the slider and then netted it. This was a pretty heavy fish and unfortunately the net broke when I was picking it out of the water. The fish fell out of the broken net and the lure came out of it's mouth, but luck was with us because it stayed put just long enough to grab it by hand and haul it in!!!! We also got a walleye about 22" that hit a T3 $9 Guacamole 30/2 on a board



Aug 27, 2000 08:53



Submitted by Fishinjunkie who fished ANCHOR BAY on 8-27-00

We had a great day today,was fishing with my brother and went four for four best day yet since i started muskie fishing. Southwest wind blowing really strong at first made it kinda tough to get gear out,water was 70 degrees and very choppy. All four fish came on carp colored lures three on a t-3 the biggest of the bunch 46 inches at 23 pounds that i took many pictures of so i can have a mount made if some body could let me know the best place to have this done. The other fish were 44 inches 18 pounds and then two small dinks about 30 inches. All fish were released unharmed for your fishing enjoyment

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Aug 25, 2000 21:02



Submitted by mike ford who fished anchor bay on 8-20- 00

Went fishing from 1200pm to 200pm, and went 1 for 1. The fish was 51inches, and went for a wb perch wiley at 20'4oz on a downrod. I will be in Florida until the 29nth. There are plenty of snook down here, but I still miss musky fishing. I have a feeling fall is coming early get ready for the big ones.

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Aug 25, 2000 15:11



Submitted by John Paul who fished anchor bay on month of august

Fished anchor bay last 3 times out and went 8 for 9. Water is way to warm at 73 degrees, cant locate any bottom structure at all and the deepest water is 11 feet if you are lucky where I have been. I am not marking any fish but I had a first timer with me and at least he got some action. All fish were runts, nothing over 32"I would guess, but this is my fault because this is not productive water this time of year, but its close to home. 2 fish 12/10 on white belly perch single wiley. 1 fish on 12/8 jointed perch loke, all those fish were on down corner rods. The other 5 fish all came off of boat rods and the best set up was 30/2.5. 3 came on kb blue frog t3 terminator, the other 2 were on a white belly perch producer, which fell apart after the second fish, lip came out. garbage wood that doesnt last. My problem is my boat is only a 20 ft lund alaskan low to the water which holds around 20 gallons of gas, with a 60hp merc on back, and i just cant run to canadian water or handle rough water. But it is a muskie machine which allows me to run boards, down rods, wash rods, and boat rods. Can anyone tellme a decent spot for big fish this time of year close to american water and is ther a boat lunch anywhere around the dumps which would make my ride a lot shorter to canadian water, please help. Anchor bay is practically ain my back yard and i would like to fish around the channels or islands where the water is cooler, can anyone help me out, relatively new at this send to e-mail

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Aug 23, 2000 07:41



Submitted by Gary who fished Off of Belleriver Hump on Monday Aug 20

Well this is the third time I have been to the Canadian Side and I am 0 for 3 outings. We began around 9:00 am and fished on the canadian side til around 2 PM. We could not find more than 2 small muskies on the fish finder. We trolled from 15ft out to about 18 foot off the hump. The only salvage was that the day was perfect weather wise. We headed back to Metro Beach where I have caught several muskies and hooked a small 28" immediately. If anyone has any advice on fishing the Canadian side I am open to it. I may give up going to Canada all together. Hey Rocketman, when you going to have your lures available again, that may have been my problem, no terminators in the boat.

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Sorry Gary, no more Terminators for a while. Try going out a lot deeper...


Aug 21, 2000 12:34



Submitted by Aaron who fished middle of the lake on 19th and 20th

Fished Saturday from 8:00am to 3:00pm, went 1 for 1, downrod 1 pound ten feet on a jointed Dog Turd Maison. 42" healthy looking mooskie. Fished Sunday from 3:00 to 7:00 and got the dreaded skunk, oh well they will go again.

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Aug 20, 2000 21:26



Submitted by Billy Raybar who fished St. Clair - Belle River on 8-20-00

Warm and sunny, but otherwise miserable day. 0/0. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Waves were 2-3 feet early, subsiding to dead calm later in the day. Believers, and Green Wiley's produced zilch - One lure a few feet under surface, another 13 feet down, and another 10 feet down. 52inch Musky won the Musky Derby today, but we didn't see anyone catch anything. We fished 17 foot of water and most others did too. Actually we did catch a small perch and a 3/4 pound Smallmouth.

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Submitted: Aug 20, 2000 at 11:42 by the Rocketman

How did your hero, the Rocketman, do today?
We Sucked Again!!

We went fishing on Saturday, 08/19/00 from 2:30 PM until 8:00 PM at St. Clair/C12 & C13, for Muskies. It was partly cloudy, 70 F and the wind was NE 15-20 mph. The last few days the weather was cooling. The water temperature was 68 F and there were 3 foot waves. The water color was silty blue, visability was 2-4 feet, and we were fishing in 21 foot deep water.

We went 0 for 5 today.

Whoa! I don't know what I did to piss off the Fishing God but it must be something serious. Lately the hook-up ratio has zoomed (downward) from my usual 60-70% to a dismal 0%. Could it be time to sharpen the hooks maybe? I don't understand why that would be necessary since I just did that a couple years ago.... Anyhow the hits were T3 St. Lawrence 30/4 board (1), TX St. Lawrence 30/0 board (1), T3 WB Perch Mackerel 30/2 board (1), and T3 Litwin $9 Bass 30/4 board which got hit twice and one of them was a big-time screamer. What a heartbreaker to miss that one. Oh well, time to go find that little file with the yellow handle....



Aug 19, 2000 17:31



Submitted by Fishinjunkie who fished ANCHOR BAY on 8-19-2000

another great day on the water went one for two,released her after a few pictures of the 42 inch beauty. caught it on a green with yellow spot beleiver the same lure we caught three on two weeks ago. the one that ripped and ran was on a terminator with about the same color scheme. water was 70 degrees and twelve foot deep with a silty green color to it. both were 30 feet 3 oz

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Aug 17, 2000 20:46



Submitted by Suzy_Q who fished Lake St. Clair on August 12, 2000

Fished center of Lake St. Clair, mild north wind, bright sun, great day for fishing. Went 8 for 11. Two fish 49 1/2" long. The biggest one weighed over 30 Pounds. All fish were caught on Glass-eyed Wileys. The Suzy-Q

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