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Hey All,
Wondering if anyone could tell me about this little lake and the fishing therein. At 377 acres it would seem to be very manageable, and according to the DNR, the lake contains a decent population of naturally reproducing walleye. The map shows some nice points jetting out from the shorelines as well as some bars/humps. Looking to get away to a smaller lake like this that doesn't get as much pressure for some relaxing fishing.
Anybody had any good experiences on Grave they'd like to share?
Thanks,
Dan

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Slapper,

About two years ago I bought a cabin overlooking Graves Lake and I'm still trying to figure it out. Deep and very clear for it's size. A real pretty lake. I've caught plenty of northerns, a few panfish and am still trying to figure out the walleyes.

I understand the very early season walleye bite can be productive in the usual places. I see a fair amount of people fishing the weedlines in the northwestern portion of the lake in the evenings during the hot part of summer.

If your in the area, shoot me an e-mail, I'm always ready to give it another try.

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Runner,
Thanks for the note. I've been looking at a lot that's listed by Thunder Lake Realty, but looking only on their website. Have you by chance seen the lot/s I'm talking about? Perhaps you can give me some additional info on the lake in general and if you've seen the lot, I'd appreciate your thoughts on that too. It's supposedly west facing with a bank, and in need of a dock to cross over the vegetation on shore. If I plan a ride up to see it, I'll be taking a boat ride around the lake while I'm there, perhaps even wet a line. Where are you on the lake? And how do you like it so far?
Thanks for your help,
Dan

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Slapper,

The lots Thunder Lake has on Graves are a stones throw from my place. If you need more info, call me. Greg 612-201-4453

I've been hanging around the area for almost thirty years now, I love it.

[This message has been edited by Wave Runner (edited 08-13-2003).]

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fishing graves lake.
it has been a few years since i fished graves lake. but mostly we fished in the evenings, because the lake is so clear and cold. there is nice walleye's in there if catch them. In the winter we fished near a sunked island and caught some walleye's, if you search the lake you probably know where it is.

bob

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Bob's Guide Service
Remer-Grand Rapids, MN
Phone: (218) 566-2398

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TRZ do you deer hunt the area too? I hunt (bow and rifle) just down west "Boundary Road", east of Graves near Spring Lake. I have been hunting there for over thirty years. I have been on Graves a few times without too much success. Used to fish Spring and Milton allot. Where do you stay when you are up there?

Just curious,
Trashguy9

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Are you joking or what? Grave Lake looks to have some nice structure and good depth and a decent fish population for a 400 acre lake. In my opinion, better than just a 12' bowl like Little Sand. To each his own I guess.

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Graves is one of the worst fishing lakes in the remer area- personally i would not enjoy having a place on that lake- but many great lakes very near- milton, big and little sand and so on.

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When in the area i usually camp, i have also taken several vacations in the area and stayed at willow lake resort, and cedar point resort on big sand. some great lakes in the area, but YES graves lake sucks compared to any lake in the area, very clear, unfertile and it has basicly a low fish population. i really advise anyone in the area to not waste time on that lake with so many others near by.If you think it is good knock your self out! long and spring lakes are also very good bets if you havea small boat.

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