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Never fished this area before (S.E. Iowa boy), but a buddy talked me into coming up on 6/20 for a week. We're staying at Green Valley Resort, I think on 5th. What can I expect? How big is the lake? Where can I go from here? Walleyes, crappie, gills???

I'm a real newbie up here, but really stoked about the trip. Bringing my 16 yr old daughter (loves to fish!) so I want some numbers for her, but I'd like some size for myself...any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks - Matt Clark

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There's no Green Valley Resort on 5th Crow Wing, nor 6th.

There is a Green Valley Resort on Pelican Lake, near Glenwood, south of Alexandria.

Can you check your destination?

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Hey Hazmat,you got your bags all packed?I'm ready to catch some crappies,Gills,Walleyes.Hope we get into em.

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Hey hazmat,Green valley is on the 7th Crow wing.Be seeing you up there.Maybe we can wet a line.

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does anyone know if it is possible to get from 4th to 5th by boat, and if so how shallow does the river get. in my 17.5 foot tracker w/ 90 horse i can get from first all the way to 4th but ive never tried any further.
fisher13

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fisher13,you won"t be able to make that with a boat of any size.There"s a dam wright outside of five that will stop you.I don"t think you even could if the dam wasn"t there except by canoe. gilby

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