Muskie Fishing on Lake St. Clair:
Belle River Marina

Muskie Fishing Video 1
Muskie Fishing Video 2

Walleye Fishing on Lake Erie:
Colchester Harbour & Wheatley Harbour

Steelhead Fishing / Rainbow Trout Fishing on Lake Erie:
Wheatley Harbour

Map showing locations of Belle River Marina, Colchester Harbour & Wheatley Harbour

Contour Map of Lake St. Clair

Fishing Tips:
Walleye Weight Calculator
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Trout Weight Calculator
Ways of Cooking Walleye
How to Clean Walleye
How to Butterfly & Bake Trout
Muskie Catch & Release Tips

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Muskie Fishing Videos

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Contour Map of Lake St. Clair:

Length: 26 miles
Width: 24 miles
Average Depth: 10 feet
Max Depth: 21 feet
Surface Area: 430 square miles
Shoreline (counting delta islands): 257 miles
Shoreline (not counting islands): 130 miles
Sea Level: 601.7 feet above sea level

Even though some people do not consider Lake St. Clair part of the Great Lakes, it's still a great lake. It's considered the heart of the Great Lakes because it turns Lake Huron's cold sterile water into warm nutrient water, which feeds millions of fish and is directly responsible for the great fishing in the west-end of Lake Erie. The St. Clair Delta has also produced some of the richest farmland in the world and produces cold crops that cannot grow anywhere else in Ontario. It's the best fishing lake of all the Great Lakes and a major influence on local culture and the local economy. Water-flow through the lake is close to 90,000 gallons per second

The map below is in metres. A metre is basically the same as a yard so just assume 1 metres is 3 feet.