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Wade Joseph

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I know guts or oneof you guys knows this answer.

How far is it from the Ash river landing to the namakan narrows? I know the distance from Crane lake ramp to there.

I am planning a trip next spring and plan to camp on Blind pig island or thereabouts. Not sure whether to put in at the Crane lake Ramp, or Ash river.

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From the Visitor Center landing at Ash River to Blind Pig Island is about 17 miles. From Crane Lake landing to Blind Pig Island is about 14. Just about a toss-up.

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I camped on "Your Island", right next to Pig Island, this past June . . . .great place, and plenty of good water nearby. That particular site is set up for two tents, tables, fire rings, etc. Locker and privvy also . . . . . grin.gif

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Thanks Fellas.

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