MacRay Harbor Hosts International Travel Educational Event, Turnout High

As part of its Educational Seminar Series, MacRay Harbor hosted an International Travel event last week.  Leading the seminar were officers from the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol & Canadian Border Services Agency, who explained to the 140 interested participants what procedures and credentials were necessary to travel to and from international waters.

"The turnout at this event demonstrates how interested boaters are in learning more about how to visit Canada and return easily and legally," explained Steve Remias, MacRay president.

MacRay Harbor is located in Harrison Township on Lake St. Clair's Anchor Bay.

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Walleye Season is Upon Us!
Don't miss out on the best Walleye fishing in the country! The Walleye Run only comes once a year and lasts until the end of May! We wanted to let everyone know that our 2015 Fishing Season is officially under way! We have launched our river boat "River Raider", which is down at Kean's Marina on the Detroit River and ready for the spring Walleye run that is underway right now!
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Grace Performance Hosts Spring Open House April 24-25
Grace Performance will host its Spring Open House April 24 and 25, and will offer the lowest prices of the year on boats, PWCs, motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, and side-by-side vehicles with onsite financing with payments as low as $75 per month. All marine, street, dirt, parts and accessories will be up to 50 percent off.
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Michigan Recreational Boating Industries Educational Foundation Re-launch Announced
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Lake St. Clair a great North American fishing destination
The Lake St. Clair fishery - which includes fish, people and habitat - is widely regarded as one of the best in North America, and provides significant social and economic benefits. Fish such as yellow perch (the favorite food fish in the Great Lakes) and walleye represent significant protein sources. Economically, the Michigan waters of the Lake St. Clair system generated $36 million in economic activity in 2004 alone. Fishing is, for many, a lot of fun, and as a recreational fishery, it provides many physical and mental benefits to people. Moreover, a healthy fish population equals a more stable ecosystem.
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The Start to Better Health is at Home!
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