In terms of the water clarity we ended up hitting a few fish fishing along the mudline. Although there is not much in the way of physical structure. Fishing where the dirty water meets the clear water still makes for a nice ambush point for these toothy predators.
In terms of approach we went with casting. We did drop a couple of trolling lines buit mainly that was to break up the day from being completely casting. Big soft plastics like Bulldawgs, medusas and Red october tubes were the ticket, I ran brighter colours just due to the water not being to terribly clear out there. Another thing to keep in mind in the fall is to slow down your retrieve. Water temps were in the high 40's you cant go burning things along as if it were 74' water in early july.
All in all we had a lot of fun out there, to head in blind and end up with a 7 fish day was a nice reward. I will definitely be heading back to explore the lake more, hopefully find some of those beautiful 50+ St Clair fish.