shore off Foley Avenue NW. Fishing report: Rock Lake is best known for its bass population, though all of the area lakes have had bass-fishing success in recent years. Rock is also known for its panfish population.
Somers Lake is 151 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 21 feet. Somers Lake is located three miles north of the City of Maple Lake in Corinna Township and can be accessed via a channel from Mink Lake. Fishing report: Somers Lake also has a well-rounded fishing reputation, but DNR regulations restrict the use of live bait on this lake as well.
Sugar Lake is one of the largest lakes in the Maple Lake area with about 1,020 acres and a maximum depth of 69 feet. Sugar Lake is located about seven miles north of the City of Maple Lake in Corinna Township and has two state-owned, concrete accesses. The accesses are located at the northeast end, off County Road 7, and at the south end, off County Road 123 and 106th Street Northwest. Fishing report: Sugar Lake provides great fishing for any type of fish but boasts the best Muskie fishing in the area, drawing an impressive crowd of anglers on any given day.
Sullivan Lake has a total area of 73 acres and a maximum depth of about 58 feet. It is located about three miles east of Maple Lake. It has one state-owned, gravel access on the east side of the lake, off Crofoot Avenue NW. Fishing report: Sullivan Lake might be one of the most difficult fishing lakes in the area, though that does not rule out the possibility of a lucky hit.