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St Clair 2016 Water Levels 3 Feet Over 2015

In a month-by-month comparison, January 2016 water level numbers came in three feet above the same period in 2015. Also, the trend line for 2016 is moving up while during the same period last year it was going down. 114 more words

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Xtreme Bass Tackle at Outdoorama 2016

In a second exciting show of the young 2016 season Xtreme Bass Tackle™ will be bringing in a boatload of the tube that sold out in January, … 131 more words

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Coast guard begins annual ice-breaking operations

U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard crews kicked off ice-breaking operations Friday in local waterways, 20 days later than last year.

Dubbed Operation Coal Shovel, the work involves breaking ice in Southern Lake Huron, Lake St. 204 more words

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Writing up the ‘gaps’ in my walk along the Derwent River

The photo shows water entering the Derwent Basin from Lake St Clair.

Despite my excitement when I reached the source of the Derwent River, I recognised there were some kilometres not yet walked or which had not had their stories told in posts on this blog.  226 more words

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Lake St Clair Bass Opener Days 2016

In this new era of year-round catch-and-release bass fishing, does “Opening Day” still matter? To many it does. Most definitely for the tournament angler who has to wait until the official opener to participate in an event where bass are brought back to be weighed in. 119 more words

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Michigan's Water's Edge

On a drive through Grosse Pointe, MI, this was by far the most beautiful view I saw all day; where the Detroit River meets Lake St. Clair.


What if the water leaving St Clair Lagoon Dam was not the source of the Derwent?

Different people hold views about the start and finish of places and the same is true for the Derwent River.  So, just in case, someone should say to me that the River’s source is at the weir where water flows from the Derwent Basin into St Clair Lagoon, or the source is where the water flows from the body of Lake St Clair into the Derwent Basin, I walked to both other locations to be sure I had arrived at ‘the source’. 148 more words

Derwent River