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Awesome fishing is being had around the bay for those brave enough. The shoreline bite for spring perch and crappie has been going great. Rivers, cuts, marina's....you name it, the fish are being caught. It can be hit or miss for sure, but this week of warmth should get the walleye troller's out in force.
Fishing is starting to pick up. From mid river to the mouth of St Clair fish have
Been caught. Water temp 36-38 degrees and 2-4' of visibility. Good stain throughout without a defined mud line yet. Found males steadily mid river with a few hens taken in shallow. 4" Bondy Minnows with a 1 oz jig catching most of our fish.
Captain Eric Long
Long line charters
11/19/18 St Clair river -- Good catches of walleye jigging from ... Port Huron to Marysville. Early morning has been the best bite.
Captain Eric Long
Long line charters
Day 1 and day 2 two man limit river perch Upper Thumb Huron County perch run is on. Glow perch rigs early morning and an hour before dusk
Fishing report 3/5/18
Strait out of Linwood has been good when u can get out. Still lots of ice floating around. South wind is fishable. Trolling cranks at 1-1.5 mph 20-100 Back was the ticket
High and muddy. Best fishing had been near the mouth and Tibbitawassee. Find the mud line and better fishing. Captain Eric Long line charters 248-343-8863
We don't think that the ice is safe anymore, so we'll let you know the minute we hear reports from the river or marina's
Saginaw River Fishing from the mouth to Bay city has been good. 40-50 fish days have been common.Small jig raps and spoons along the shipping channel.Saginaw Bay Lots of fish caught along the west end. Great fishing strait out of Linwood.(14-24 feet) Move around and find the fish.Use caution with high winds and temps in the 40’s coming up. Make sure to Get a hold of Eric Long @ Long Line Charters email@example.com 248-343-8863
Saginaw bay fishing report
As always when fishing on ice use caution. especially with the warmer weather we're having. Had a great weekend on Saginaw bay! Ice opened up in a few spots due to pressure cracks but it was manageable. Using moonshine jigs and blue and glow do jiggers with minnows roughly 10 miles out by the spark plug bouy. This is my buddy Dylan Kozfkay all the credit goes to him for being a true sportsman and taking me along.
After walleye fishing for the majority of the ice season so far the warm up got me back to my old stomping grounds in the shallows at Mudd creek & Saginaw bay. Not bad for 2 hours after work! Using yellow beaded guster hooks. The very cold weather has the shallows quite safe and contrary to what many people think, you don't have to go deep or far from shore to catch a good meal. It's not always about "Big Fish" it's sometimes just about getting a great meal! Have Fun! -Derek Dahlman
Saginaw Bay Update.
> 1/8/18 Saginaw bay / river
> Both the bay and river producing good numbers of walleye and perch.
> Best fishing has been 8-14 fow on the south end of the bay. Jigging raps and spoons tipped with Minnows. Be careful out if Linwood. Several cracks opened up with all the wind.
> Saginaw river from the mouth to bay city has been on fire. Lots of 30-40 fish days. Only downside is the amount of sorting with small fish. Make sure u bring lots of bait.
> Captain Eric Long
> Long Line Charters
The ice season on the Saginaw Bay has started with some great production. Perch have been caught in the shallows near cattails or weed beds, and in the cuts off the Saginaw Bay and River. Perch are also in the marinas and in shallow water near cattails. You can catch them good on perch rigs and minnows and on Russian spoons.Walleye are being taken in many places: from the Saginaw River, off Linwood Rd/Palmer rd anywhere from 6 to 18 feet of water, and out of Bay City State Park in varying depths. Travel with caution and follow trails as always. Look at the great fish that our friend James Dore caught recently.
Trolling has been awesome on Saginaw Bay for the last few weeks. The fish have been heavy in 14-17 FOW. Big crankbaits trolled 1.0-1.3 mph has been the best. Make sure you have a good mix of colors as "Hot Baits" have varied from day to day.