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Sleeper House Rental?

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I haven't done much ice fishing on Kab, or the in that area..but we're looking to have a group of 4-6 guys head further north than the usual Mille Lacs trip. Are there places that rent sleeper houses on Kab or Rainy? Or is it usually fish during the day and sleep at the resort at night up there?

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Anchorman, as for ice fishing on Kab, most folks stay at a resort during the evening, no sleeper house set ups on Kab that would be comfy.

Rainy Lake most likly would have some sleepers, I suggest you go to the Rainy Lake thread, and you can link right to Woodys Resort, he will fix you up I'm sure.

good luck guts

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Do the resorts in the area maintain plowed roads on the lakes? We sure would like to try fishing in the area but the only form of transportation is an 4x4 F150. Any recomendations would be appreciated!

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Bobberboy, roads are plowed and maintained on Rainy Lake, Kab has no plowed roads, some years truck access is great, other years to much snow and or slush.

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Thanks! Any recommendations on resorts on Rainy?

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Bobberboy, go to the Rainy Lake thread, hit on the Woodys link, pose the question to him, he would have the best info for you. good luck, guts

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