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HookEmHard84

Mille Lacs Ice Fishing Resorts

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Me and some friends are going to rent a sleeper house up on Mille Lacs this winter and I am wondering if anyone has advice on which resorts have the best fishing and which ones have the best houses.

There will be 8 of us so we need a big one. THe places we have lookjed at are: Dickies, Twin Pines, and Fisherman's Wharf.

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Hi HookEmHard,

You might want to check out the Mille Lacs Forum. Click here!

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Macs Twin Bay has some of the nicest sleeper houses I have seen....on any lake! It doesn't even feel like your in a fish house....feels like your fishing in your living room. grin.gif

Granny

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Appeldorns Sunset Bay Resort

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