The streak continues
<p>As promised fished Friday morning 5-15 started at 6:30 am. water was a little muddy with the high winds and rain from the night before but still fishable.. Was a little slow at the start we just picked away at them we had (8 by 9:30 am)nothing like earlier in the week. Then we had a window of about 45 minutes to an hour where the wind started switching and the fish just turned on.. We hammered them and finished our 18 fish 3 man limit at exactly 12:05 not bad just missed breakfast at Legends.. lol.. Alot of white bass, smallmouth and smaller walleye that were released.. Good Luck Captain Craig Miller (www.heatwavecharters.com)
About The Author: Captain Craig Miller
Company: Heat Wave Musky Charters
Area Reporting: Lake St. Clair
Bio: Captain Craig Miller,has over 25 years fishing experience. For the last 14yrs has soley chased Lake St. Clair muskie. His knowledge of muskie tendencies and seasonal movements will ensure you the best opportunity to land the muskie of your dreams!! USCG Licensed Master Captain, Red Cross Certified in CPR & First Aid and Former Michigan-Ontario Muskie Club Director 3yrs.