Strawberry Island on a hot summer day
Strawberry Island on a hot summer day
The light at the end of the Livingstone Channel as you enter Lake Erie
The light at the end of the Livingstone Channel as you enter Lake Erie
Poor Mans Bay
Poor Mans Bay
Jobbie Nooner Time
Jobbie Nooner Time
Jobbie Nooner Time
Jobbie Nooner Time
An afternoon cruise in Anchor Bay
An afternoon cruise in Anchor Bay
Sunset Cruise on St. Clair
Sunset Cruise on St. Clair
The Big SeaRay coming in at Sunset
The Big SeaRay coming in at Sunset
That's some cold Hot Damn
That's some cold Hot Damn
America Proud
America Proud
Poor Mans Bay
Poor Mans Bay
A few boats on the lake
A few boats on the lake
Nice raft up
Nice raft up
Poor Mans Bay
Poor Mans Bay A fun afternoon on Lake St. Clair
Fun in the sun
Fun in the sun
Captain Brian
Captain Brian Captain Brian wishing the boat behind him was his
Jobbie Nooner
Jobbie Nooner A few boats out for Jobbie Nooner
The Ambasabor Bridge
The Ambasabor Bridge A view down the Detroit river looking at the Ambasador Bridge
Sarnia Bay Marina
Sarnia Bay Marina Rafted up for the night in Canada at the delightful Sarnia Bay Marina
Poor Mans Bay
Poor Mans Bay On the hook in Poor Mans Bay on the northern end of Lake St. Clair
Interesting Sights
Interesting Sights You never know what you will see on Lake St. Clair
Captain Brian Making the plunge
Captain Brian Making the plunge
Cedar Point
Cedar Point The Beech House down at Cedar Point

Lake St. Clair

Lake St. Clair is often refered to as the 6th great lake, locaed between Lake Hurn and Lake Erie is is a vast but extremely shallow all sports lake that is immensly popular with both Americans and Canadians. 

 

As you can see below Lake St. Clair is really a fantastic lake for boat parties and family fun.  It's world famous for annual events such as Jobbie Nooner and for the crazy adult only antics in Little Muscamoot Bay.

 

Fishermen find a vast array of world class fishing including Bass, Pike, Pickerel, and the dinosaur of fish the Muskie!

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