Pruning Apple Tree Results in Very Little Fruit

We have an apple tree that every year sends out long thin branches from the end of each limb. We tried pruning them, but then had very few apples. What's the problem?

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Hardiness Zone: 2a

By preserver from Winnipeg

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Is it self pollinating? Do you have another apple tree? How old is it?

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