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Big Tom

Rainy Lake Resort Options?

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Can someone clue me in on resort options. I am aware of ThunderBird, Island View and Woody's. Was Sha-Sha rebuilt? Any others?

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Well Sha-Sha Bar was rebuilt and is really nice. There's also Idlewood, I am not really sure of any other resorts on the lake. If you are in a crunch check out Falls Motel in town. Kelly is a great guy and usually has rooms available. Plus he can help with the fishing too!

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Thanks Bill. Does Sha-Sha have any lodging available?

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I am not sure, you'd have to give them a call. They are usually booked for all of the summer, but they may have an opening. Same goes for the other resorts as well..

Take Care and Good Luck Fishing!

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HI BIG TOM,

HOPE YOUR NOT LOOKING FOR A FRIDAY NIGHT. HILLTOP MOTEL IS EXTREMELY NICE, LIKE EAT OFF THE FLOORS NICE.

218-283-2505---GLENDA OR DICK

IF YOU LIKE A NICE QUIET PLACE.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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