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40th Street Pond

This 65-acre pond is the centerpiece of a township park. It's a borrow pit from the construction of I-94 and I-69 so it's shallow and weedy. Floating docks and eager bluegills make it popular with kids and families. Fly-casters can have fun with bass in the shallows. No gas motors. This is also a popular ice fishing spot during the winter months.

Type of Fishing: Shore, Pier, Boat

Typical Fish Species Available: bullhead, crappie, largemouth bass, northern pike, sunfish

Bait: Worms, Minnows, Artificial

Hours: Dawn until Dusk

Fees: No


Amenities

Animal Friendly Animal Friendly
Picnic Tables, Shelter, Grills Picnic Tables, Shelter, Grills
Playground Playground
Rustic Restrooms Rustic Restrooms
Walking Trails Walking Trails







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Driving Directions

At the end of 40th Street, south of Lapeer Road between Wadhams and Port Huron.

County: St. Clair

City/Township: Port Huron Township

Town/Range/Section: T 6N, R 17E, Section 8

Latitude/Longitude: 42.977039 / -82.472974






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