Lake Andrusia is one of nine lakes on the Mississippi (Cass Lake) Chain of Lakes near Bemidji.
...the awesome sunrises in the early mornings or the glimmering moonlight shining across the waters at night. You will appreciate the quiet and peaceful setting along the 8.5 miles of mainly undeveloped shoreline within the heart of the Chippewa National Forest.
...you will find yourself watching the eagles soaring above you and swooping down into the lake in their own display of fishing. You will not only hear the call of the loons but view their beauty. Meander down the riverway to continue your view of nature and fishing adventure into the quiet crappie and bass holes found in Anderson Lake, out into Wolf Lake or up into the great waters of Cass and beyond.
Lake Andrusia provides lucky anglers with some of the finest walleye fishing in the state. Andrusia is well known for its spring and fall walleye fishing. There are good catches of northern pike and perch, and the lake also holds bass, crappie, muskie and sunfish.
Beyond Andrusia are the quiet river waters, as well as the abundant fishery found in our neighboring, navigable chain lakes of Anderson, Wolf, Cass, Kitchi, Big Rice, Little Rice, Buck, and Pike Bay. Other area lakes also offer great day trip fishing opportunities.