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srainman

Crane lake

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I will be heading up to Crane Lake next week on a houeboat trip with some friends. Just wondering if anyone has any advice where to catch a few walleyes. Also, is there any resorts up there we can check out? Thanks in advance!

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I know Voyagaire Houseboats has a resort on Kabetogama called Voyageur Park Lodge on Crane thier isn't to many options. Nelsons Resort, Norway Lodge, Pine Point and Voyagaire has rental cabins just down the road from them on the waters edge.

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We usually go from Crane up to Kettle Falls. I wasn't sure if there was anything else in between. What is the slot size for walleyes? Thanks!

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13-17 and one over 23 you can keep

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