Hello fellow bass fishing enthusiasts - LET'S GO FISHING!!!!

I just want to make clients aware that as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) monitor and report on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), I am doing my part as a business owner to make your day on the water as safe as possible.  I have soap, sanitizer, fresh towels and even sterile gloves if you need to help reduce the spread of anything while on my Triton bass boat.  

The health and safety of my clients is top priority. While catching fish is an important part of our day on the water, I want us to enjoy the beauty of nature, the waterways and life in general while we team up to catch fish!!  Fear not during these times!  Looking forward to seeing you on the water soon! 

~Art Ferguson III

MICHIGAN - Local Info


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24 Hour (Resident and Non-Resident) $10.00
72 Hour (Resident and Non-Resident) $30.00

All Species Resident, Senior - Annual $11.00
All Species Resident - Annual $26.00
All Species Non-Resident - Annual - $72.00 

These can change without notice.

If you need a Canadian or Walpole island license, you can order one through Lakeside Tackle (1-586-777-7003) or order one online here.


Click for Saint Clair Shores, Michigan Forecast

The weather can never be determined in Michigan during the Spring and Fall months. Plan on cool mornings during May, June, September, October and November. Average day time highs for these months is usually in the 70's.

The Summer months of late June, July, August and parts of September, you can expect to wear light clothes including t-shirts, shorts, but bring a jacket for morning runs.
Temperatures usually in 80's

The winds of Michigan's Great Lakes can be strong, though Summer months are pretty stable conditions. There are almost always some places to get out of wind. Fronts don't effect our fishing, in fact, smallmouth typically LOVE them!.

Fish are ALWAYS biting on Lake St. Clair.



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