Here's my theory about where the weeds, which were much more prevalent a few years ago, have gone in certain parts of the lake....When the dreaded zebra mussels first came to St.Clair, the water cleared up and the sun penetrated deeper. The nutrients that were locked up in the bottom substrate for years, finally were released and the weeds grew a lot thicker and deeper, all over the place. There were spots on the south shore that turned into slop where largemouth would smash a buzzbait. The mile roads were really thick too. Most of us remember that well. Now the areas that still have weeds typically have no current......Now for the big theory......In a typical natrural lake, the weeds die and sink back to the bottom where they are re-absorbed back into the bottom until next spring when they are again utilized. On St.Clair however, most of the weeds die and break off and float on down the river, never giving those nutrients a chance to once again become part of the bottom in that spot. Maybe a large majority of those specific nutrients are now gone????What do you think?