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My first post - have enjoyed reading this post for some months now. I am wanting to go out tomorrow on the lake but have little experience with the murky water conditions. Is it possible to find clearer water and get into some fish? Should I fish the murky water and hope for the best or stay at home? I am looking for Pike, Walleye, rock bass, just anything that will pull on the other end.
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Welcome Visvang to the St.Clair network. Get out and fish there is also cleaner water,sometimes fishing the edge of the clean and dirty will produce. It's a kind of structure. The dirty water still has fish and use loud lures spinners and rattles this will help the fish find the lure. There's alot of clean water out there.

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Try brighter colors too. Maybe rattles. I don't use them a lot anymore, but some of my friends swear by them.
 

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LOL madman24 that's where its a kind of comes in.

h2o<--says fish are in the dirty water.
 

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Paul Sinko and I where out yesterday for hours. I had one smash at Selfridge.(Clean water) and one roll at Buds 9Dirty water), Stay home and sharpen your hooks if it stays like this. Bob
 

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We fished in front of Selfridge in about 5 feet of water for about 2 hours yesterday morning. Caught one 32 inch Northern Pike, a 7 inch bluegill, 2 smallies about 17 inches each and a mud puppy that I foul hooked through the back with a J13 rapala (was a great deal of fun getting him off due to forgetting the pliers at home). Firetiger was the hot color. Water was stained but not nearly as bad as most of Anchor Bay. We tried fishing behind Buds on Tuesday night and the water was so dirty you couldn't see the lure until it was on top of the water. As you go south from Selfridge the water cleans up nicely.
 
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