Northwest Ontario
Fishing, Hunting & Travel Map

Craven Lake

Craven Lake is full of reefs, islands, long bays, and weedy channels and flows into the Gammon River system. The lake is 3 miles long, 3 miles wide, and 35 feet deep. The lake is on the border of Manitoba and Ontario, in the heart of Atikaki and Woodland Caribou wilderness. Fishermen who like structure should expect to catch lots of walleye in the 1-8 pound range and Master Angler northern in excess of 25 pounds. Large perch are also to be had in Craven's tea colored waters.

Near by lakes :
  • Craven Lake
  • Obukowin Lake
  • Carroll Lake
  • Philip Lake
  • Wallace Lake

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