Tin Can Mike Lake

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Tin Can Mike Lake
Mike Lake
Murphy Lake
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Tin Can Mike Lake
Location Fall Lake Township, Lake County, Minnesota
Coordinates 48°03′12″N91°46′10″W / 48.05333°N 91.76944°W / 48.05333; -91.76944 Coordinates: 48°03′12″N91°46′10″W / 48.05333°N 91.76944°W / 48.05333; -91.76944
Basin  countriesUnited States
Surface elevation1,306 ft (398 m)

Tin Can Mike Lake (also, Mike Lake and Murphy Lake) is a lake in Lake County, Minnesota. Tin Can Mike Lake lies at an elevation of 1306 feet (398 m).

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