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Due to the trophy size fish that Crane Prairie produces, fishing is the most popular activity at this reservoir but visitors can enjoy camping at one of the reservoirs four campgrounds as well as picnicking and water sports.

Crane Prairie Reservoir is a 4,940-acre reservoir located in the Cascade Mountains about 40 miles southwest of Bend off U.S. 97. One of the best rainbow trout lakes in the state. The average rainbow in this top producing fishery is in the 4-10 pound range. The record rainbow to date weighed over 19 pounds. Available species include rainbow trout, brook trout, kokanee salmon, largemouth bass, and whitefish. Fishing season runs from late April through October.

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