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LAKE ANDREW

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Camping at Sibley on Andrew this weekend, what kind of fish does this lake produce? thanks

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Walleyes, crappies, and sunnies, did pretty well out there after ice out for crappies, havn't tried it since. Good luck!

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I would pull #5 shadraps around the lake in 10 feet of water and youll have a blast, slimmers,walleyes, bass, and a occasional big crappie good luck

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Fished it on opener. Notherns were going fast and furious most were 18-24". Caught several walleyes pulling spiners in the deeper shoreline breaks 15-25ft. Fun little lake to fish.

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Thanks guys, sounds like the whole family will have something to fish for and a possible campfire dinner!

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good luck! I haven't camped out there since '01 but it was a good time then...caught a little of everything and the camping was nice too--lots of deer and turkeys walking around in that park. Believe it or not we were even visited in the middle of the night by a mountain lion (no lie). Verified by the park ranger the next day. Keep your eyes peeled!

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Sibley State Park has to be one of the all around best parks I have stayed at in MN. Everything from fishing big bass and sunnies, bike riding, swimming (very clean and clear) relaxing! Going back end of July.

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I am heading to Sibley on the first weekend in August for a much needed long weekend of camping and fishing. Can anyone give me a fishing report for andrew and some of the other lakes in the region. I am from Iowa and have only been there a couple of times. So far we have caught alot of northerns and bass on andrew in the past but, since then i have really gotten into walleye fishing. Are there any eyes in Andrew worth fishing for? Thanks Todd H.

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Todd, our walleye league will be out there tomorrow evening trying to find some eyes. If you'd like, I may be able to help you out. My email is monbuck_8@hotmail.com I would be willing to give you a report and point you in the right direction.

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HEY CHAD,

HOW DID YOU GUYS DO ON FLORIDA LAST WEEK.........?

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