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Township and has a total area of about 775 acres. It has a maximum depth of about 76 feet. Maple Lake has two accesses, a city-owned, concrete access located on the south end of the lake off Highway 55 and a county-owned, concrete access at the county park on the northeast end of the lake off County Road 37. Fishing report: Maple Lake hosts a variety of fish populations and provides a great fishing experience at any time. For the area’s best Northern fishing, Maple would be the destination.
The Maple Lake Public Beach on Highway 55 is owned by the City of Maple Lake and maintained by the Maple Lake Lions. There is a marked swimming area, but no lifeguard. Picnic facilities are located to the west of the beach area.
Mink Lake is located four miles north of the City of Maple Lake in Corinna Township. It is a 280-acre lake with a maximum depth of approximately 40 feet. Mink Lake has one state-owned, concrete access located on the southwest corner of the lake, off County Road 7 and 80th Street NW. Fishing report: Mink Lake has good all-around fishing with no particular species dominating the waters. However, take note that DNR regulations restrict the use of any live bait.
Ramsey Lake is a 309-acre lake located just south of the city limits of Maple Lake on County Road 8. The maximum depth is 80 feet and one state-owned public access is located off County Road 8, approximately two miles south of Maple Lake. Fishing report: Ramsey Lake will be another one of the more difficult fishing lakes in the area but provides ample opportunity for hooking a good sunfish.
Rock Lake is located four miles south of the City of Maple Lake on the border of Albion and Chatham townships. Its total area is 183 acres and it has a maximum depth of 37 feet. One state, concrete access is located on the east