Crane Lake is a 3,000 acre lake with many inlets flowing in and one main outlet at the King Williams Narrows. The intriguing part of our water shed is that it flows north out of Crane Lake. The Lake has a variety of structure from rocky deep shorelines, to sandy gradually sloping shoreline. The deepest part of Crane Lake is 82’. There are two main islands, Bayliss (better known as Bear Island by the locals) and Indian Island. Northwest Bay is notorious for hiding many northern pike. The bay ranges from 5 – 10’ deep. There is a beautiful secluded sand beach located on the north shoreline at the entrance to the bay. East Bay offers a good array of fishing holes as well.