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Cane River Lake

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Type  oxbow lake
Max. length  c. 35 mi (56 km)
Average depth  8 ft (2.4 m)
Width  30 m
Basin countries  United States
Max. width  100 ft (30 m)
Mean depth  2.44 m
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Location  Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
Cities  Natchitoches, Melrose, Natchez

Rowing on cane river lake


Cane River Lake (French: Lac de la rivière aux Cannes) is a 35 mi (56 km) oxbow lake formed from a portion of the Red River in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States. It runs throughout the Natchitoches' historic district to the south and is famous for the numerous plantations, particularly Melrose being located on or near its banks.

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Map of Cane River Lake, Louisiana, USA

The lake was widely publicized between 1966 and 1979 by the nationally known outdoorsman Grits Gresham, host (with Curt Gowdy) of ABC's The American Sportsman and author of numerous books and columns on hunting, fishing, and guns.

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Cane River Lake Wikipedia


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