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Charter Captain from ANCHOR BAY, Michigan

The port of Anchor Bay, Michigan at 42.815551,-82.779236 on Lake St.Clair. During Fishing season on Lake St. Clair, Fishing charter captains provide fishing reports from Anchor Bay . Lake St. Clair fishing season begins when the ice is out, although many captains fish year round on the rivers tributaries. Charter captains begin taking reservations early in their season. Michigan Charter Boat Captains attend the outdoor sport shows. (see the Michigan Sport Show schedule). Your could even win a free fishing charter for 4 persons! Located between lakes Huron and LAKE ERIE, Lake St. Clair is the smallest lake in the Great Lakes system. Heart-shaped and shallow (averaging only 10 feet/3 meters deep), the lake requires periodic dredging to ensure bottom clearance for large ships. The Michigan portion of the delta has has an abundance of fishing recreational opportunities and is home to some of the largest Muskie in the Great Lakes System. When choosing a Lake St. Clair Fishing Charter Captain always look for a member of the Michigan Charter Boat Association to be sure your captain complies with state and federal regulations.

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The Michigan Charter Boat Association represents over 600 professional captains that serve over 100 ports in Michigan. As one of Michigan's largest recreational organizations, member captains operate fishing charters on the Great Lakes, River Guides on Michigan's thousands of miles of steams and rivers, Sail boat charters out of many Michigan ports of call, Scuba Dive charters in Michigan's shipwreck dive preserves, and scenic cruises exploring the beauty of Michigan's shoreline, lighthouses, or a lake vacation adventure. These businesses contribute to Michigan's tourism economy and are vital to the region. Michigan Charter Boat Association Captains and their vessels meet all state and federal laws.

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