Fall Fishing is my favourite time to get out on the water. Boat traffic is low, fishing pressures subsides, and fish are generally hungry in a biting mood and good chance to catch some really nice ones. Walleye in this area I've generally gotten the nice slot sized fish easy enough in fall. I don't care for trophy fishing anything really except I do enjoy a couple of fall outings for hunting trophy muskellenge (or muskie, or musky). That comes as late before freeze up as one dares to be on the water. The uglier the weather, the better the fishing and if it's windy the better if one finds those ciscoes (or tuibee) baitfish those big ones are looking for. usually an imitation in the 12 to 20 inch size baits with a wide profile and lots of noisy action at depths of 25' ft. or more that are trolled work best. Of course some great smallmouth action on warmed reefs in daytime can be a lot of fun catching a few 3 or 4 pounders that way. I need to get out more, but even a couple times in the fall it's great fishing. Dressing sometimes can be tricky. Snowmobile suits work best if a blizzard is predicted.....that's when I've had the best muskie adventures, but nice days out one can dress to be comfortable, hot coffee..... it makes for a great day outdoors in the fall.