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SEEKING CAMPING/FISHING SUGGESTIONS

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FOR OVER 10 YEARS WE AND TWO OTHER FAMILIES HAVE CAMPED ON CASS LAKE FOR 2 WEEK SUMMER VACATION. KIDS ARE GROWN BUT THEY LIKE TO COME AND VISIT FOR LONG WEEKENDS. WE ARE FROM SOUTH OF CHICAGO AND THE DISTANCE MAKES IT IMPRACTICAL FOR THEM, AND THE CAMPGROUND IS GOING MORE AND MORE SEASONAL CAMPING ONLY. WE AS A GROUP ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SIMILAR TO THE FISHING IN CASS LAKE WITH CAMPING-FULL HOOKUPS. ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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I would give Appledorns on Mille Lacs a call... Not sure how much driving distance that will save you from Chicago, but its a top rate place to fish!

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