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pikerliker

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pikerliker

I am looking for an affordable fishing trip this February on Lake of the woods. It would be myself, my 2 sons, my nephew, and my dad. The problem I have been running into is that I am seeing no family or kid discounts for ice fishing packages for resorts on LOW. Frequently they are asking for around $100 a day per person. That adds up when I'm trying to pay for me and 3 kids for a few nights and days fishing!! Are there any resorts that rent houses with a flat rate for the size of the house rented, or are they all "per person"?

Thanks ~piker

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bturck

Click on the Riverbend link above, and go to winter on their web site. Scroll down to the bottom of the rate page there are kids discounts offered there. If you're going up during mid week they offer mid week package discounts. Ask for Charlie or Judy, they will provide a good time, there sleepers are new last year. Good luck and hang on. Bill

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johnsen22

go to morris point website they have good rates two. you are right on the lake and have good rates its about 40 dollars a head and i think it gets cheaper with the number of people you have.

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bapperpimp

You can also try Arnesen's. In the past, they have been very generous when bringing kids along. They may be booked up already, but I would definitely recommend calling them to find out. 1-800-535-7585

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rcatcherman

I would try Arnesens. This will be our 22nd year this year for my wife and I. We now take our 10 year old Daughter and Father and Law with. We have been Treated Excellent over all these years. This is a Resort that caters to the whole Family. Also have many differnt Packages to chose from. Contact them at www.arnesens.com A great 4 generation run Resort. Just tell them Rick and Louann told you to call...

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ROGERATADRIANS

TRY ADRIANS RESORT THEY HAVE BEEN HERE 57 YRS AND ARE ONE OF THE MOST AFFORDABLE RESORTS ON THE LAKE YOU CANGET ALL YOUR SHINNERS AND TACKLE RIGHT THERE VERY FAMILY OREINTATED WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE YOU

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tbirath

Piker, I can second the Adrian's comments, we have stayed at Sportsman's, Schusters, Riverbend, Riverview and Wigwam all do a good job, we ended up repeating at Adrian's the past 5 years good people, and the 50 plus years on the lake is hard to beat, as well we like to drive out ourselves, no time table, leave when you want and return when you want, service, bait, staff 2nd to none, and a great value.....

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SAILFISHFOREVA

amen tbirath...they are very acomadating sisters

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icefishingdude

I also have fished multiple resorts(zipple, morris pt, adrians) on LOW. Every year we store our house and fish from Adrians, great people and great fishing. They have everything right there, makes for a great weekend not having to run into town or down the road for anything.

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Gell

Drew and the team at Riverview Resort can give you a heck of a deal.

Riverviewresort.net

Dont hesitate to email and ask questions. They are good people!

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pikerliker

Thank you ALL so much for the responses!! I really do appreciate it! I'll be checking in with some of your suggestions and hopefully something will work out.

Thanks again ~piker

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