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My family and I are heading to Lake Andrew for a vacation next week. I've never been on this lake before, but would like to chase a few walleyes around. Any suggestions? It is a family trip, so tips on panfish or bass hangouts would also be welcomed. Thanks.

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Was at Lake Andrew on the 11th - 13th. There are two or three rock piles out from the public landing in about 16.5" of water. A good place to start for the walleyes. Early morning seemed best. Also caught walleyes trolling cranks in shallow water after dark. Good luck. It is a nice little lake

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Thanks for the info Gerty. How shallow were you trolling? Did you need to use planer boards or were you okay just pulling them right behind the boat? Just curious. Hopefully we'll have better luck than on Lura.

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We were in real shallow - 7' to 8' feet up against the bull rushes. It was full moon and high pressure when we were up there. Don't know if that changes anything. No planar boards. That would be kind of hard at night anyway! Didn't do much for any size to the sun fish and bass. I think they are in there, we just didn't do much.

Good Luck Dan!

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I used to fish Lake Andrew all the time with my grandpa. That was 10 years ago though. We caught a lot of sunfish down the shore line from the boat landing.
I went to the tech school in Alex in 2001- 2002. Me and a couple of buddy's decided to ice fish on Andrew one weekend. We did alright with walleyes...well I did anyways! When you leave the boat landing go a little to the right and about 150 yards out. There are a few rock piles and I did alright there for eyes. For the sunfish...my gradpa would just go to the right of the boat landing a little farther down from the rock piles and stay about a 150 yards out in 12- 18 feet of water. Once he would locate fish we would drop anchor and be entertained all day! Really nice little lake and you also have a very good chance of getting a few nice fat northerns. Watch when you reel up your sunfish. The northerns tend to do that on that lake!
Good Luck!

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