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Maple and Andrew ??

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How are Maple Lake and Lake Andrew in terms of fishing? I know both are smaller lakes. Is there a lot of fishing pressure? A lot of recreational pressure?

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I was on Maple a couple of weeks ago. We got a number of walleyes, all 14-16". Some were on a hump in 18-24', some in 13' or so.

We also got a good number of bass, most of them on a deep flat 20-26', one at 30'. Most of them were 15-16".

Not many northern. Because of the high water temps we didn't use minnows, mostly crawlers & Gulp baits.

I suspect the water temp has dropped quite a bit since then. It was 78-83 degrees during the time we were there.

Lots of watersports in the afternoon/evening. Mornings are quite peaceful.

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