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kitchi walleys in fall

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Is Kitchi a good lake to fish for walleyes in the fall? Are there any smaller lakes that are good for walleyes in the fall except Cass?

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Andrusia is a very good walleye lake in the fall. Allen's Bay on Cass is like a lake of its own that is also good for fall walleye action.

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We fished Andusia 4 years agon for 3 days and never caught a walleye. And everyone we talked to said it's because of the clear water. You have to fish it at night. Is that true?

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Yes that is why you have probably been having trouble catching walleyes. Unless less it is the spring it will be harder to catch walleyes on these clear lakes. Best times are going to be an hour or to after sunrise and an hour before and after sunset. Trolling in the evening seems to produce the best for me.

Good Luck

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