Saturday, May 21, 2016
Lake St. Clair
: The smallmouth bass have not yet pushed into the shallows in huge numbers but are present in enough concentrations to keep the action busy, according to guide Spencer Berman, who makes this lake his home for much of the year. Berman said his guides are seeing a lot of big fish, which is typical for this point in the season. He said the best action has been in 9-12 feet of water and tubes are producing more fish than other lures. Anglers are reminded that the bass season on the waters of Lake St. Clair is closed through June 18, meaning all bass must be immediately released.