Local Fishing Forecast and Intel

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Optimal fishing activity will be between 6 - 10 AM on Friday.

Target Species of Fish

Based on historical data in 42º 58.252',82º 25.495', you should target one of the following species for this time of year:
  1. Muskie - 49.09% Catch Rate
    Muskie

  2. Walleye - 21.82% Catch Rate
    Walleye

  3. Smallmouth Bass - 14.55% Catch Rate
    Smallmouth Bass

  4. Pike - 6.36% Catch Rate
    Pike

  5. White Bass - 3.64% Catch Rate
    White Bass

  6. Rainbow Trout - 1.82% Catch Rate
    Rainbow Trout

  7. Sheepshead - 0.91% Catch Rate
    Sheepshead

  8. Largemouth Bass - 0.91% Catch Rate
    Largemouth Bass

  9. Black Crappie - 0.91% Catch Rate
    Black Crappie

Recommedations above based on 142 local reports and 9 species of fish for September in 42º 58.252',82º 25.495'.

Recommended Colors

Based on the time of day, season, weather, and water color, we recommend the following:
Pink is your primary color. We recommend trying a Light Pink or Light Pink/White colored lure. Alternatively, you can try: Light Red, Light Red/White, or Pink/Light Red colored lures. If all else fails, here are some other options: Light Orange, Light Orange/White, or Red/Light Orange colored lures. You can use Silver spoons, spinnerbaits, or trim for on the lures. For extra effect, try a lure with a chartruse or flourescent colored tail.

Recommended Lures

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The 2018 season comes to a close… The 2018 fishing came to a close for us this November and things started to come to a manageable pace for us at Mr. Muskie Charters. The boats are out of the water and the task lists on them have been started. We have lots going on this … Continue reading 2018 Season Wrap-Up → The post 2018 Season Wrap-Up appeared...

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The best booking dates & deals of 2019! The ice may be thick on Lake St. Clair but the season is just 57 days away. Now is the best time to line up your reservations with our crew. We’re hearing that the weather gods may grant us a warm April…book now and you’ll be out on … Continue reading Spring Season 2019 → The post Spring Season 2019 appeared...

By Seamus on 2/12/2021 11:11:04 PM • Views (162)
Live and Ready for 2019! We at Mr. Muskie Charters have been busy since the start of the year preparing for the season opener which is less than a few weeks out now. Mr. Muskie Too underwent a major transformation and has been pretty much fully restored and made even better than Tiara had intended! … Continue reading Ice is melting. Walleye are ca...

By Seamus on 2/12/2021 11:11:04 PM • Views (117)
We are into the 2019 season with another great start to the spring Walleye run in the Detroit River! Over 10 million walleye are staged in the Western basin of Lake Erie making their way up and through the Detroit River system for the spring spawn. There are Walleye spread out throughout the whole Detroit … Continue reading Walleye Are Here! → The...

By Seamus on 2/12/2021 11:11:03 PM • Views (111)
Walleye season winds down…Gear up for Muskie and Bass! Well our Walleye season is winding down and we will be transitioning into our Muskie and Bass season this week. This time of year we have to take a look at the season and this Spring has been a challenge with the weather and colder temps … Continue reading Swinging Into Summer → The post Swing...

By Seamus on 2/12/2021 11:11:03 PM • Views (112)
What weather challenges?! We have finally had some nice summer weather and that has warmed the waters a bit. The higher water levels with the colder spring and all the constant rain has shown some challenging days during the start of the season. We have had much better action with the Muskie fishing in the … Continue reading Catch Count and Temps...

By Seamus on 2/12/2021 11:11:03 PM • Views (116)
Getting you up to speed with the Mr. Muskie Crew… We are at the peak of the Muskie fishing and wanted to give everyone an update on the season. The Muskie fishing started off a bit slower due to the higher waters and colder temps – they weren’t in a snapping mood. However the past … Continue reading It’s Peak of the Season → The post It’s Peak of...

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