I would suggest working the south end by the dam and bridge. There's a 10 mph speed limit which is great. I would use 4lb. test. Just tie a 1/8 or 1/16 oz. jig add a crawler or minnow and hold on. Deep is the way to go. Early and Late should be the best. Good luck and post a report here.
South dam is a good place to start. iv caught walleyes on hot n tots a harnness. like mike said dont expect a limit but the walleyes iv caught there averaged 19 to 20"There is a book of lake maps called the sports connection they sell it at meijers and wallmart in the sporting goods.Stoney creek is in there along with alot of lakes in the area
Went to Stoney for a couple of hours this morning. Caught a 23-25" pike on a crankbait and moments later I got a 36-38" 11lb 0oz brute of a pike on a crawler harness.
H2O, are you talking about Stoney Creek metro park in Shelby Twp. as being gin clear? Today was 3-4ft visibilty.
I've been going there for 40 years and its never been "gin clear". I've never seen it better than 6ft.
Fantastic fish mike, wtg, nice catch. I could be thinking of it being gin clear when i was ice-fishing there I'm sure it's not clear all the time your the one who knows best for sure. Thanks for clearing (lol) that up. Good Job. A river feeds that lake and run off would make it dirty. I like the speed limit on that lake, sure makes it better. To bad we can't fish it @ night.