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Lake Pend Oreille is Idaho's largest lake at 65 miles long and is located in the northern pan handle. The fifth deepest lake in the United States measuring 1,150 feet deep in some areas. 111 miles of uncrowded shoreline. Noted for the Kamloops or rainbow trout. Fed by the Clark Fork River.
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Non-profit group dedicated to protecting Lake Pend Oreille and its hatcheries.
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Moon Spotlight Coeur d'Alene & the Idaho Panhandle by James P. Kelly. This compact guide offers information on what to see and do, such as recreation, entertainment, food, accommodations, shopping and transportation along with sightseeing highlights for the Coeur d'Alene and the Panhandle of Idaho. Maps are also included. Order now...
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