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KadenBear

Cedar Point Resort

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I am going to be staying at Cedar Point in August and I have never been there. Just wondering how it is there and hows the fishing North Star Lake. Any info would be appreciated.

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Decent cabins-nothing fancy. Nice pool and lodge. Good people. Fishing was SLOW. I did not get out a whole lot w/out the kids. But when I did, it was slow. Lots of Pike. Few walleyes. That was it. Have fun.

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Kadenbear,

I'm heading up Saturday for a week. Never been there either. I will be targeting mostly muskie on N Star and other area lakes but will be occasionaly fishing N Star for bass, walleye and panfish.

I'll give you a report when I get back,

Hugo

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Resort - Very nice, nothing fancy but very comfortable and clean. Very nice family run resort.

Fishing

Muskie fishing was great but only boated 2 small ones. Saw a lot of good quality fish with the biggest one I ever seen coming to the boat several times. Looked to be 50-55"'s. A true tank.

Walleye - fished some and caught them every time we tried. Biggest was 23"s. Mostly slip bobbing off of one of the humps with leeches.

Bass - Caught several largemouth fishing for muskie and one smallie fishing for walleyes.

The lake is extremely clear and we had high sky no wind conditions. Probably should of fished more after dark but I was pretty wore out after hitting it hard most of the day.

Enjoy your vacation,

Hugo

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