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Iceman12

Renting a pontoon in the metro

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Anyone know where I could rent a pontoon in the metro for a day that is not on a lake? I've checked out places on Minnetonka and the St. Croix and they are pretty expensive for a day. I'm looking for a place I can rent one for the day and trailer it myself to the lake. Anyone know of place that does that?

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Have you tried Gander Mountain? I know they rent boats from their bigger stores (Forest Lake, Lakeville for sure).

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In Towne marina on Lake Waconia also rents them for a better price than on MTKA...

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