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7th Crow Wing

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The Minnesota DNR site states "Boating access from 6th Crow Wing Lake upstream to 7th Crow Wing."

Is it possible to obtain access to 7th with a 17' 1200 # boat?

I have in past launched from the private resort on the north shore.

Thanks!

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No the culvert thar goes undewr hwy13 has to be portaged over unless a canoe can make it through znd I dont think one can some people launch off the road but there is no parking there and then again a small boat its step there.

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A 16' boat with 25hp outboard can make it through that culvert with a the outboard up using a trolling motor

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