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Koldfront Kraig

Looking to rent a cabin

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I’m looking for a cabin to rent around the Long Point, Williams area.

First or second week in March, a Wednesday to a Sunday.

Need room for 8-10 guys.

It doesn’t have to be on the lake but close enough to snowmobile to pulling Otter sleds.

We go to fish, not party and will leave the cabin in the same shape (or better) than we found it.

If anyone is interested, or knows some one renting a cabin, please shoot me an email.

Kr (Contact Us Please) sjodin at microcontrol (Contact Us Please) com

Thanks

Kraig

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Check with Long Point Resort. They have nice cabins and treat folks nice.

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Been staying at Long Point resort for the last 10 years or so.

Every year the price goes up and the service, well I'll just say its not what it used to be.

Looking for alternatives before we make a decision.

Thanks

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Let me pipe in here with a couple of good ones. I like

River Bend too. It is my home base, I have a trailer there.

I like how serious they are about fishing both summer and

winter.

Zipple Bay works real hard too. They have their area

all to themselves and you would never know it. Very good

people

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In March id try to stay at Arnesens, in Dec id shoot for Morris pnt.

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