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  Lake St. Clair, North America - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lake St. Clair is a lake, which separates Lake Erie and Lake Huron, along with the Detroit River and the St.
Lake St. Clair is 42 km (26 mi) from north to south and 37 km (24 mi) from east to west.
It is a very shallow lake with an average depth of about 10 feet (3 metres), and a maximum natural depth of 21 feet (6.4 metres), although it is 27 feet (8.2 metres) deep in the navigation channel which has been dredged for freighter passage.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lake_St._Clair,_North_America   (248 words)

 Lake Saint Clair (North America) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The lake is fed from Lake Huron at its north by the St. Clair River, which has an extensive delta, the largest within the Great Lakes system.
The Thames River and Sydenham River enter the lake from the east in southwestern Ontario, and the Clinton River enters from Michigan on the west.
On the Michigan side, the southern portion of the lake shore is lined by the wealthy eastern suburbs of Detroit, known as the Grosse Pointe communities.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lake_St_Clair,_North_America   (429 words)

Saint Clair, Missouri St. Clair is a city located in 2000 census, the city had a total population of 4,390.
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 Macomb County Health Department - Blue Ribbon Commission On Lake St. Clair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Chairman John Hertel of the Macomb County Board of Commissioners established the Blue Ribbon Commission on Lake St. Clair because the degraded state of the water quality was having a substantial detrimental economic impact on the County.
Lake St. Clair is a vital component in both the economic health and the human health of the region.
Despite the importance of Lake St. Clair to the quality of life and economic health of this region, there presently is no way of measuring the overall condition of the lake.
macombcountymi.gov /publichealth/report.asp   (7941 words)

 LSCN History
One of the major navigation problems at the Flats was the fluctuations of lake levels, and a call was made for a general lake survey to be performed and lake charts of the region to be drawn.
The Lake St. Clair light­ship that had been moved from Windmill Point to the Flats in 1911 was singled out as the most outstanding im­provement of 1935 with its crewless automated light, fog bell and radio beacon controlled from its station eight miles away on shore.
Lake surveys are still made, dredging occurs occasionally, and the Coast Guard tends the buoys and changes light bulbs and solar cells to keep our water­ways safe.
www.lakestclair.net /history/lsc_h_f_flats.htm   (3483 words)

 Boaters Dream - Lake St. Clair holds many fish!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It's important to have a healthy bass population because Lake St. Clair is the best bass fishing lake in Michigan and one of the most fertile fishing sites in North America, Thomas said.
Lake St. Clair yielded 14 trophy fish last year, or 23 percent of the Master Angler awards handed out in the state.
The cornucopia of fish in Lake St. Clair result from a good crop of sea weed, an abundance of food and a continuous supply of fresh water pouring out of the St. Clair River from Port Huron.
boatersdream.com /libarticles.cfm?articleid=1159&cfid=43175561&...   (694 words)

 Lake Saint Clair - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are a number of lakes named Lake Saint Clair or Lake St Clair.
Lake Saint Clair in Arizona, a reservoir built in 1974
There is also a Saint Clair Lake in Washington State.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lake_St._Clair   (122 words)

 Encyclopedia: Lake Saint Clair (North America)
A lake is a body of water surrounded by land.
The Great Lakes from space The Great Lakes are a group of five large lakes on or near the United States-Canadian border.
Lake Erie, looking southward from a high rural bluff near Leamington, Ontario Lake Erie is one of the five large freshwater Great Lakes in North America, the worlds largest such lakes.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Lake-Saint-Clair-(North-America)   (1233 words)

 Saint Clair, Lake. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
The St. Clair R. flows into the lake from L. Huron; the Detroit R. drains it S into L. Erie.
The lake is one of the busiest sects.
The lake region is a popular vacation area in summer.
www.bartleby.com /69/83/S00683.html   (101 words)

 Big on muskies? Lake St. Clair is place to be
Lake St. Clair is unusual in having niches for large populations of both muskies and northerns.
Lake St. Clair's trophy fish of 50 inches and 30 pounds are at least 15 years old.
Muskies are among the hardest of freshwater fish to catch; they often are called "the fish of 1,000 casts." On Lake St. Clair that could be "the fish of 1,000 yards," because the most effective technique is trolling 10- to 20-inch plugs at 3-5 m.p.h.
www.freep.com /sports/outdoors/musk27_20020627.htm   (1653 words)

 Lake St. Clair is short on fish - 10/03/04
Many anglers are not fishing in Lake St. Clair this year because the gasoline prices are too high — as much as $2.50 a gallon along the lake —and others have lost their jobs and can’t afford to fish, he said.
Lake Erie supplies most of the adult walleye for Lake St. Clair, the St. Clair River and the Detroit River.
Muskies are the top predator in the lake and many 40-pounders prowl the waters because anglers are releasing their muskie catches back into the lake.
www.detnews.com /2004/macomb/0410/03/b05-291516.htm   (568 words)

 LSCN Water Levels and Information
Since Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are connected by the broad and deep Straits of Mackinac and stand at virtually the same elevation, they are often referred to as one lake hydrologic ally; that is, Lakes Michigan-Huron.
The average St. Lawrence River flow, recorded at Cornwall, Ontario, during the period 1900-95, is 6,910 cubic meters (244,000 cubic feet) per second.
The levels of each of the Great Lakes depends on the balance between the quantity of water entering the lake and the quantity of the water leaving the lake.
www.lakestclair.net /captcorner/water_levels1.htm   (663 words)

 Lake St. Clair Fishing, Walleye Fishing, Musky Fishing, Perch Fishing, and Bass Fishing, Fishing Charters, Fishing ...
Troll for musky in the 13 to 18 foot depths along the south shore of Lake St. Clair from Pike Creek to the Thames River.
The summer walleye fishery is 5 to 6 miles North of the Belle River marina in 18 to 20 feet of water.
Primarily a lake fish, the yellow perch is also found in ponds and slow-moving rivers and streams across the northern United States and in all of the Canadian provinces.
www.captaindan.com   (3026 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The United States of America
On the east the boundary is formed by the St. Croix River and an arbitrary line to the St. John, and on the north by the Aroostook Highlands, the 45th parallel of N. lat., the St. Lawrence, and the Great Lakes.
West of Lake Superior, the Rainy River, Rainy Lake, and the Lake of the Woods form the boundary; thence to Puget Sound the 49th parallel.
The land between the Altamaha and the St. Mary's was annexed to the Province of Georgia.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/15156a.htm   (21027 words)

The Vosges Mountains, extending north from the Belfort Gap, dominate the region between the Moselle and the Rhine rivers.
The plateau, rising gradually from the plains region on the north and west, is characterized by volcanic outcroppings; by deeply eroded limestone tablelands to the south of the region of extinct volcanoes; and, farther to the south, by the Cévennes, a series of highlands rising from the Mediterranean coastal depressions.
Lake Geneva (also known as Lake Leman), situated astride the Franco-Swiss frontier, lies mainly in Switzerland.
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 Lake St. Clair produces a monster muskellunge
For the third time in two years, Lake St. Clair has given up a muskellunge over 40 pounds, this time a 41-pound, 8-ounce giant that is the biggest ever certified from unquestionably the best muskie fishing waters in North America.
Last year an angler landed a muskellunge from Lake St. Clair that went 40 pounds, 11 pounces, and two weeks ago another angler caught one at 40-8.
Biologists and anglers think that's because St. Clair has tens of thousands of muskies competing for prey that consists mostly of lean fish like suckers, smallmouth bass, walleyes and perch.
www.freep.com /sports/outdoors/muskie19e_20040819.htm   (656 words)

 Alien Species in Lake St. Clair
Across North America, blue bills declined from 7 million to 3.5 million in less than 20 years, said Scott Petrie, an adjunct professor of zoology at the University of Western Ontario who heads a comprehensive study of the blue bill decline.
Kafkas said hunters might not easily detect the decline of blue bills in Lake St. Clair because the lake is a favorite feeding and resting ground for waterfowl on their migratory routes.
On the shorelines of Lake Michigan — and in fishing harbors all along the five Great Lakes — thousands of fisherman are worried they may soon be angling for fish that are amazingly simple to catch.
www.geocities.com /TheTropics/Breakers/1421/alien.htm   (5159 words)

 ScienceLives! Online - Biology - Attack of the Zebra Mussels?
But, North Americans had not learned their lessons from the introduction of other non-native species in the past, and the government failed to act on Joe Schormann's 1981 report.
In Lake Erie officials pulled a sports car from the water covered in a crust, one foot thick, of zebra mussels which they called the mussel car.The ever prevalent North American apathy was taking hold of opinions.
The zebra mussels were subsequently discovered in Lake St. Clair in 1988 indicating that zebra mussel populations had already been established in North American waters.
www.sciencelives.com /zebramussels.html   (4915 words)

 Lake St. Clair Raft Up - Big Raft Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Lake St. Clair Raft will be holding its second annual attempt to break the...
Also, in an exciting twist, a challenge was mounted by Lake St. Clair in Michigan,who is planning a raft - up of their own on August 7, 2004 in an effort to...
The water in Lake St. Clair is cloudy with unsafe ice conditions around much ofthe lake.
www.bigraftguide.com /lake-st.-clair-raft-up.html   (806 words)

 ipedia.com: Lake Saint Clair, North America Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Lake St. Clair is a lake which separates Lake Erie and Lake Huron, along with the Detroit River and the St. Clair River.
Lake Saint Clair, North America Article - ipedia.com
While it is not one of the Great Lakes, it is a part of the Great Lakes system.
www.ipedia.com /lake_saint_clair__north_america.html   (274 words)

 Ocean Planet: Popular Science - Aliens Among Us
That was an awakening for me. For years I have driven along the western edge of this lake while distant freighters passed on their way from the Great Lakes ports to the Atlantic.
The sea lamprey came in with the opening of the Welland Canal in the early part of the 19th century, eventually devastating one of the largest commercial fisheries in North America.
The seaweed may remain forever, however, rolling onto the beaches at midsummer, restricting activities and turning St. Clair from a pickerel and perch lake into a bass and pike lake.
seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov /OCEAN_PLANET/HTML/ps_aliens.html   (740 words)

 The Michigan Sportsman Forums - Lake St. Clair Fishing Can't Be Beat
For those of you who have not caught Muskie up to 53 + inches and weighing up to 35 lbs+ and in numbers on a given day that can't be imagined and on the same day catching Walleye with boards or worming in all sizes that you dream of.
God bless America, as Ben Franklin stated at the conclusion of the the Constitutional Convention when asked " What have you wrought?" His answer "...a Republic, if you can keep it." Webster defines republic " a state, in which supremacy of the people is formally acknowledged".
I'm sorry that you feel the way you do about LSC and with no disrespect intended, your comments and attitude are way out of line in regard to Canadian regulations and the fish population.
www.michigan-sportsman.com /forum/showthread.php?t=25811   (1233 words)

 St. Clair, Norteamérica Del Lago   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Este artículo está sobre St. Clair del lago en Norteamérica.
El St. Clair del lago es un lago, que separa el lago Erie y huron de lago, junto con el río de Detroit y el río del St. Clair.
El St. Clair del lago está 42 kilómetros (26 millas) del norte al sur y a 37 kilómetros (24 millas) del este al oeste.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/st/St%20Clair,%20Norteam%E9rica%20Del%20Lago.htm   (272 words)

 Fishing Buddy Online - Home
North Dakota’s deer gun season opens Friday, Nov. 4 at noon, and hunters are reminded that although more than 90 percent of the licenses have been issued, 15,000 antlerless deer licenses are still available for the 2005 season.
My interest in the North Dakota Hunter Education program started many years ago when the instructor at that time from Drayton asked me if I’d be interested in helping him teach classes.
When you get to spend a few hours hunting a tract of public land, little evidence exists of the work hours needed to correct a boundary fence, or place new signs near a tucked-in-the-woods wildlife management area, save for a few tire tracks or matted down grass...
www.fishingbuddy.com   (973 words)

 Great Lakes Water Levels - NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Great Lakes water levels constitute one of the longest high quality hydrometeorological data sets in North America with reference gage records beginning about 1860 with sporadic records back to the early 1800's.  These levels are collected and archived by NOAA's National Ocean Service.
The Great Lakes Basin is located along the international boundary between Canada and the United States.
Combined, these lakes make up the largest surface fresh water body in the world.
www.glerl.noaa.gov /data/now/wlevels/levels.html   (234 words)

 Jeffrey St. Clair: The Battle for Zuni Salt Lake
Read Cockburn and St. Clair's Whiteout: the CIA, Drugs and the Press and discover how the CIA gave a helping hand to the opium lords who took over Afghanistan, thus ushering the Taliban into power.
From Teddy Roosevelt to George W. St. Clair on Musicians Against the Death Penalty and The Legacy of the Mekons.
The land surrounding Zuni Salt Lake has always been considered a sanctuary zone, a kind of inter-tribal commons were hostilities are lain aside, purification ceremonies are performed and the sacred salts are gathered.
www.counterpunch.org /stclair0724.html   (1607 words)

 Lighthouse Conservation Area   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Lighthouse Conservation Area is a 1 hectare park located at the mouth of the Thames River at Lake St. Clair.
The lighthouse is 200 years old and is one of the three oldest on the Great Lakes.
A pioneer family named Cartier settled at the mouth of the Thames River in the early 1800’s and built the first lighthouse.
www.lowerthames-conservation.on.ca /LighthouseCA.htm   (191 words)

 USATODAY.com - Michigan boardheads take to Lake Huron, St. Clair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
DETROIT (AP) — They are mostly men who worship windsurfing and take to the water wherever the waves are breaking — even in unthinkably chilly weather.
In their circle on Lake St. Clair and Lake Huron, cold is a relative term.
Boardheads are a vanishing breed because younger generations have taken to kitesailing, a cheaper, more flexible sport.
www.usatoday.com /travel/destinations/2003-11-13-windsurfing_x.htm   (563 words)

 Lake St. Clair and Detroit River Muskie and Walleye fishing charter guide - Bushwacker Charters
Lake St. Clair and Detroit River Muskie and Walleye fishing charter guide - Bushwacker Charters
Lake St Clair has become renowned across North America as one of the leading producers of quality Muskie and Walleye fishing.
Captain Steve VanAssche has fished walleye and muskie on Lake St. Clair and The Detroit River for over 30 years.
www.bushwackercharters.com   (148 words)

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