Lake St. Clair is a freshwater lake that lies between the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of Michigan.
Lake St. Clair is sometimes referred to as the “sixth Great Lake”. A vital shared resource between the United States and Canada, it is one of the most heavily used portions of the Great Lakes, providing a wide range of ecological, recreational and commercial benefits to those who live around its shores.
The lake is approximately 26 miles long and 24 miles wide, with a surface area of 430 square miles and 130 miles of shoreline. Yet despite its relatively small size, it accounts for a third of the entire great lakes sport fishing catch each year and nearly half the entire Great Lakes sport fishing effort.
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