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New to fishing this year, first boat. Would like to know where to fish for Muskie and walleye's. I have my boat at sun-up marina (near sun-up marina)people discuss fishing "the point" or "south shore" but being new to Lac St Clair these are not easy places to find. I was wondering if anyone can post a map, so I can find these fishing areas easier.
 

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QUOTE(xyzaxis @ Jul 20 2009, 11:39 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>New to fishing this year, first boat. Would like to know where to fish for Muskie and walleye's. I have my boat at sun-up marina (near sun-up marina)people discuss fishing "the point" or "south shore" but being new to Lac St Clair these are not easy places to find. I was wondering if anyone can post a map, so I can find these fishing areas easier.

Is there any maps, that have locations marked (weed beds, hott action for muskie, walleye always bite at this location) not just map of lake or water depths.
please give me some help finding some locations.
 

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Not sure about any of those type of maps. Me personally I just drive till I mark fish with my fishfinder then I drift along. I'm sure you will get some responses to help these are great people on here. And will help as much as possible.
 

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QUOTE(Large Mouth Peks @ Jul 20 2009, 12:08 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(chivo @ Jul 20 2009, 01:04 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>You can click "fishing" on Marinecruiser and it will throw up a bunch of spots and typical species and general times of year to find them at that spot.

Dang Chiv, I never knew about that!! Thanks playa!


I gotcho back foo!
 

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I use both. I study Marine Cruiser for new spots I think might be productive, then pencil them in on the paper map to take with me. If the spot proves to be good, if jot down some notes, date, water temps, weather etc in a notebook, and leave the markings on the map. If the spot is a dud after a few tries I lightly erase the marks I've made.
 

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QUOTE(Big Dog @ Jul 20 2009, 01:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I use both. I study Marine Cruiser for new spots I think might be productive, then pencil them in on the paper map to take with me. If the spot proves to be good, if jot down some notes, date, water temps, weather etc in a notebook, and leave the markings on the map. If the spot is a dud after a few tries I lightly erase the marks I've made.

I think I'm going to try that too. Print off a section of the map zoomed in and start marking spots. I've never done that before, mostly because I remember the productive spots, but I'm sure I've forgotten about a few big Smallies and where I picked them up. Good thinking'.
 

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I use highlighters on my hotspots maps...Obviously my spots are logged into my GPS units, but I highlight areas on my hotspots maps that I would like to try to expand on....I use different colors for different times of the year..You multi-species anglers could use different colors for different species of fish....
 

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QUOTE(xyzaxis @ Jul 20 2009, 12:39 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>New to fishing this year, first boat. Would like to know where to fish for Muskie and walleye's. I have my boat at sun-up marina (near sun-up marina)people discuss fishing "the point" or "south shore" but being new to Lac St Clair these are not easy places to find. I was wondering if anyone can post a map, so I can find these fishing areas easier.
Another I idea is to charter Musky Bob Brunner. I hear he is the best if you want to learn lake st. clair and the musky hot spots. He is a good guy also. I have met him and he'll tell you some good stories.
 

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We've got a laminated rollup or a fold up map for about $10, ask for Doug or Jerry and we'll point out some fishing spots. Right across from Selfridge DNR boat ramp.
 
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