the lighthouse is the mouth of the Thames river...walleye
can be caught west of the two mile marker as well as
toward St.Lukes 10-12'....worm harnesses tend to produce the most....water temps right now I have to think are in low 50's at Mitchell's Bay. Male Largemouth have started to build in the Ligthouse canals(high 50's low 60's)so with that being said I would have to say the lake out front of the thames witch is spilling dirty
water from the rain is in the high 40's and low 50's. Hope this info helps.....tight-lines!!!!!!!
basshavencanada.com is a good site then go to old swamp board for info/requests on water temps.
For Pike in a couple weeks ....I'd look at fishing inside all the main dropoffs(2'-8') in "the bay"......also if you have a waplole licsence there's endless....bays,channels, rivers
etc to try.....the east shore ..St.lukes area might produce if you can find
"......Gale force winds, from SW to NW have turned the lake to chocolate slop!.....The good thing is that it is calm today and forecast winds are light from the East quarter thru the weekend!.....St.Clair will clean and warm back up quickly!.....Water temp is 52'F and backwaters will be warmer in this bright sun!
BTW.....The South shore, from the mouth of the Thames to Stoney Point should be the place for Walleye action this weekend...and some of our best fishing there has been on East winds! .....Start drifting/casting shallow in milky water with go-getters, 1/4oz. Erie Dearies, Drift rigs or split-shot Crawler Harnesses!!!
Another spot you ask???.....How about 3-7' of milky water from Tic-Tac to St.Luke's.....or the same off Bradleys'!!!.....Hang on cause there's some huge Channel Cats in those last 2 spots that just love the color "RED"!.....Oh yea!...and big fat juicy night crawlers for everything...and we got 'em plus the Dearies, go-getters and drift rigs, etc!