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Ice condition on St. Clair

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Hi guys!

Is anyone living in Essex county have an idea about ice condition on lake St Clair? I'm thinking about Mitchell's bay, Lighthouse Cove are.

 

thank you

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Hey Gino...I know that guys have been out on Mitchell's Bay and St. Lukes for a couple of weeks now. Not sure what that last warm spell did to the conditions though. You can call Dennis and Bass Haven in Mitchell's Bay and he will give you the detail, water clarity, color to use and anything else you are looking for. Just Google Bass Haven and you will get the number.

 

Cheers and Good luck

 

Craig

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Also, if you are planning on becoming a regular out there, you can sign up for the message board on the bass haven website and people post there all the time the ice conditions and what they are catching.

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Check out the Bass haven web site Dennis gives good info with all the warm water flowing out the Thames and the pumps running right now I dont know how clean it will be to head down here if your looking to get out fishing I would head else where for this weekend but if your down in this area you can find some spots. The cut at Bass haven is closed right now and there is alot of bad ice out front where a truck and quad went through the ice this week.

Call first for sure I guess is what I meant to say LOL

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Thanks Mike!

 

I was thinking the same...maybe wait or find some other spots, but I'll call anyway

 

Cheers!

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