I Finally made it out to Anderson to fish, after all of the closures over the last few summers. I arrived under a light breeze and light rain about 11:00 and kicked south (right) from the put in. It was deeper than I thought from prior research, with the "shallow" end still reading 12-18 feet . I tried casting an intermediate line into the weeds/lily pads for about an hour with no luck as I circled the south end. I then decided to change to a deep line with a purple string leach and slowly finned and wind-drifted to the north. As I was eating my lunch (figures) I had a hard take by a big fish that put a nice bend in my 6wt (the rod I use for the fast sinker). After about 5 minutes with several strong runs I had a nice fat 21" fish to net. I then continued to drift down to the north end with the deep line, but no more fish to hand. I then pulled the intermediate line out again and tied on a cammo willy and rowed up wind to the south end again and ended up hooking a 12" fish . By now the breeze and rain had died down, and I could see lots of very small dimples along the edges. Casting a dry fly resulted in many splashy attacks by tiny little fish too small to even inhale a sz 20. I eventually landed a few more 12-14" fish before calling it a day at 3:00. All-in-all, it was a nice spot to spend am afternoon.