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Hundreds of boats and thousands of revelers flock to Gull Island on Lake St. Clair every year on the last Friday in June to skip work, let loose and soak up the sun.
Jobbie Nooner is a big day on Lake St. Clair for attendees and businesses.
Thousands of boats and more than 50,000 people are expected to decend on Gull Island in Lake St. Clair.
Two boats seemingly tied off to one another, one boat with twerking girls and the other with typical “bros.”
The annual Jobbie Nooner festivities created lots of extra work for the Coast Guard.
WWJ received more than a dozen calls from concerned citizens about Friday’s fire.
Learn more about Jobbie Nooner’s history, stay safe and have a blast with our insider tips.
If you’re taking part in Friday’s Jobbie Nooner boating party on Lake St. Clair, beware — electronic eyes will be watching.