I've read quite a bit of info over the last year or so from a few fishermen who want to open a spring bass fishery on St.Clair. Studies are cited, and theories tossed about. Certain guys have written about these 'studies', but I wonder how many of them have been done on clear, shallow lakes like St.Clair? There are issues of a possible collapse of the baitfish population, less weeds for fry to hide in, goby problems, possible intensified fishing pressure, and the like. My question is with all the unknowns, why tamper with the seasons when you got something good going? I live in northern IN, and most of our lakes are beat to death. That's why we are all on St.Clair. Is it smart to open the season up? The Ohio DNR obviously thinks otherwise, as they are looking at seasonal changes on a big lake like Erie. I'm not looking to pick a fight here, just wanting some info.