24MAY 2016
Western basin Lake Erie fishing Report

Western basin Lake Erie fishing Report

HOME LAKE ERIE LINKS WEBCAMS FISHING REPORTS LAUNCH RAMPS INTERACTIVE MAPS VIDEOS Welcome to the ILAKEERIE Lake Erie Western Basin Fishing Report Page Mid February Report - Lake ice is melting with the very warm weather and will not get thick or stable enough for ice fishing this season. Weather will not stay cold enough and there s not enough calendar season left. When open…

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17MAY 2016
Lake Huron Rod and Gun

Lake Huron Rod and Gun

Craig Wilton of Mount Brydges has the largest fish, so far, at the 30th annual Canadian Tire Fish Kincardine Derby which opened Friday and runs to Sunday, May 24. Wilton caught a 22.72-pound lake trout Sunday, to lead the trout division and the biggest fish in the derby. The remaining top five in the trout category, are: Doug Goode of RR 1, Lyndhurst, with a 17.54-pound lake…

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10MAY 2016
Lake Superior water levels

Lake Superior water levels

Lake Superior is about 601.8 feet (183.4 meters) above sea level plus or minus a few inches depending on the month. The water level fluctuates seasonally, reflecting the hydrologic cycle of precipitation and evaporation and the lake s overall water budget. For at least the last 150 years, Lake Superior has lost and gained massive amounts of water (on the order of 20 cubic miles)…

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03MAY 2016
Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad

Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad

The Escanaba & Lake Superior dates back to the North Ludington Company, a sawmill/lumber enterprise founded by Jefferson Sinclair, Daniel Wells, and the Ludington brothers (Harrison and Nelson) in the mid-19th century. This mill was located near Wells, Michigan on the banks of the Green Bay (part of Lake Michigan) and around 1850, Isaac Stephenson became part of owner…

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26APR 2016
Great Salt Plains Lake

Great Salt Plains Lake

By Karen Mitchell Spring is in the air, and after one of the coldest winters Oklahoma has experienced in years, we’re all ready to get outside. So, after the kids have found their Easter eggs, why not continue treasure hunting in one of the most unique places in the world—right here in our own state? The Great Salt Plains in northwestern Oklahoma is the only place in the world…

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19APR 2016
Lake Superior levels

Lake Superior levels

While people in the drought-stricken western United States watch lake and reservoir levels relentlessly plunge, the three largest of the Great Lakes have recorded one of the most rapid increases in water levels on record, according to a new analysis. The quick turnaround – about two feet for Lake Superior and three feet for Lakes Michigan and Huron between January 2013 and…

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12APR 2016
Lake Superior Brewing Company, Grand Marais

Lake Superior Brewing Company, Grand Marais

Welcome to the Lake Superior Brewing Company, the place to be when you re in Grand Marais. From our handcrafted beers to our delicious brewpub cuisine, we know you re going to want to come back again and again. Nestled near the shore of Lake Superior we know that our unique atmosphere is unparalleled. Steeped in the history of a harsh environment and life in Michigan s Upper…

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05APR 2016
Turnip Rock, Lake Huron

Turnip Rock, Lake Huron

Turnip Rock is a beautiful, wondrous land formation off the coast in Port Austin. Never been there? Unbelievable. And so is Turnip Rock. The gigantic stone developed its signature look after millennium of being worn away by waves thumping across its bow. After being separated from the mainland in prehistoric times, Turnip Rock is an island inhabited by some trees and very little…

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