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I will be coming to Birch Villa on Cass one week earlier than our normal trip. We will be there Friday. We usually find the walleyes on the main lake bars toward the end of May to early June. I know the walleyes are on the move this time of year. What part of the lake should we look? Are Kitchi, Pike, or Andrusia usually better earlier in the year?

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The report I heard was that the walleyes were outta the rivers and in the lake already so you should do fine on your usual spots.

Good luck and say hi to Mark and Karrie - we'll be there in T-26.

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Be sure and let us know how ya do.We'll be next door at Sah Ka Tay the last week of may through the first week of June.We're counting down the days.

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I'll give a full report when I get back. We usually find them on main lake bars and use blue/white jigs tipped with shiners that week. It sounds like we should find them in similar spots even a week early. Gene, I'll tell Mark and Karrie hello for you!

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