Ok all you Lake St. Clair goo-roos. Within the last week, I heard an area (which I assume is by 9 Mile Road) referred to as the "9 Mile Boulder". I also read in another post "9 Mile Hump". What and where are these spots? Appreciate the help.
Look on any good map of the lake,...straight out from 9 mile road, you will see a large flat that is 8-10ft deep...in the middle of that flat is a long point that runs almost north/south...more NNE,...anyway,,.that "point" is 2-5 ft deep and that's refered to as the "9 Mile Point"...there's a bouy on the northern most tip of it. (The coord of that bouy are as follows: 42.28.54N and 82.51.54W) Good luck and be careful....the water's down a little and it could get shallow fast!
That "HUMP" they're refering to is probably the "point" I'm talking about,.....very similar to the Belle River "hump"
That area 9 mile hump: offers alot of rocks, all size's, and we all know crayfish relate to that structure, I think that's why it's a great area during early season and poof, it's finished, excluding dinks. I feel that the smallies move there eat most of the crayfish and deplete that bait and move on. I've spent alot of time there and that's what i think.
h2o<--------bye bye crayfish also that gets tons of pressure..
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