Our good friend Scott Clark recently returned from fishing the Detroit River, ON from shore. He reports that the action continues to be hot and anglers are limiting out in a few hrs.
Scott has been fishing jigs/minnow plastic grubs casting from shore to 25′ water.
The key is to cast slightly upstream and allow your jig to drift to the bottom without getting caught before starting to jig.
Most fish are being caught while the jig is being lifted or drops within 1′ of the bottom. Bright colors are working well and Walleye are being caught throughout the day.