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any one recomment a place to stay . just the boys so it doesnt need to be fancy just have a place close to the lake so we dont have to load the boat every night. thanks

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I would reccomend taking the boat out each night. Too much stealing going on to not do it. The resorts try really hard to not have the thievery happen, but there you go.Any of the resorts are good. Just pick one,best from this web site, and enjoy the lake.

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Zipple Bay state park, If you are camping. Same pre-cautions though.

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Pick an island. We used to camp all the time in the Big Narrows. Found a really nice island one year, and setup shop there. Never had to worry about anything and it was really good.

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Musky18; where is big narrows? American side? We've been going up out of Sioux Narrows for muskies the last couple years and want to try camping this year...any skis in the big narrows area?

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I would suggest C&C camp in Nestor Falls. Camp there, they have several tent sites, and We camped there for 25 years. Muskies all around sabaskong bay, Try red deer bay. I have fished Muskies up in that area ,and had pretty good results. good luck. By the way, You might need a permit to camp on an island on the canadian side.

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