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Until June 19th, the Detroit River is closed for bass fishing on Michigan waters. However, Lake Erie is presently open. Where is the dividing line, so to speak, of where the River ends and the Lake begins? How does a DNR officer make the decision and whether to issue a ticket or not for fishing out of season...
 

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I believe it is the most southern tip of Celeron Island....but don't quote me on that.
 

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Alex is right, it is the most southernly tip of celeron island. It's easy to see when your out there, the Canadien border is a little tougher because it turns. You can always get some waypoints if you have a gps.
 

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The Michigan DNR now applies Detroit River fishing regulations southward (and I quote) "to a point in the lower Detroit River where an imaginary line, extended due east from shore, crosses the river at the most southerly part of Celeron Island." Resident Don Schanke points out that it used to say at a point perpendicular to the end of Oak Street in Wyandotte.

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