Tenth Crow Wing Lake is located 4 miles northeast of Nevis in southeastern Hubbard County. Tenth Crow Wing Lake is part of a larger chain of lakes running from Eleventh Crow Wing Lake at the headwaters, down to First Crow Wing Lake. Tenth Crow Wing has a surface area of 175 acres and a maximum depth of 40 feet. A public access is located on the southeast end of the lake off County Road 49.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has classified Minnesota's lakes into 43 different types based on physical, chemical, and other characteristics. Tenth Crow Wing is in Lake Class 29. Class 29 lakes are generally have a high littoral area, and a regularly shaped shoreline. Other class 29 lakes in the Park Rapids area include: Cedar, Little Island, Mirage, Mow, Mud, Palmer and Spirit.
Anglers can expect to find an abundant population of northern pike in Tenth Crow Wing. Sampled northern pike had an average length and weight of 23.4 inches and 3.2 pounds, with pike measured up to 36 inches in 2013. A special 40-inch minimum length limit on northern pike was implemented in the spring of 2003 and is still in place. A healthy population of largemouth bass is present in Tenth Crow Wing Lake. Fewer fish were sampled but there was a higher percentage of larger fish. During the summer assessment, the average length was 11.9 inches and fish up to 18 inches were sampled. Tenth Crow Wing Lake supports a healthy panfish population and can provide good fishing for bluegill. Bluegills were sampled in high numbers similar to past surveys. Anglers will find a good numbers of bluegill in the 5.5 - 7.5 inch size range. Black crappie abundance was up, but still moderate compared to local lakes. The size was poor for anglers, with only one fish over 10 inches. Yellow perch were seen in low numbers and most fish were too small for angling.
Currently no aquatic invasive species (AIS) have been identified in Tenth Crow Wing. To avoid spreading AIS, lake users are required to remove all aquatic plants or animals from their watercraft and drain all water from their boat before leaving the access.