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Breakfast ideas?

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Any recommendations for breakfast in the Wheeler's point area?

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THEY ALL HAVE BREAKFAST I U DECIDE TO HAVE BREAKFAST AT ADRIANS U CAN BUY YOUR BAIT AND TACKLE AND ROAD PASS ALL AT THE SAME PLACE VERY CONVIENT

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I just happen to be an expert on this subject.

A big big breakfast is important to a day of ice fishing.

River Bend Resort is strong in the bisquits and gravy area

as well as cakes, eggs, thick cut bacon, hashbrowns and

sausage areas.

I gotta go eat...

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Curt: You forgot the carmel roll to go with the Biscuits and Gravy.....Bill

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A little something for the wife...

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LOOOL

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Eat some banana bread or poptarts while you fish. Fish always bite while you are eating... grin.gif

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I'm making an eggbake to bring with. Gonna throw it in the oven Sat. morning and will be livin good!

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Riverbend is the so darn good. I will vouch for Curt being an expert on breakfast.

My favorite at Riverbend is biscuits and gravey yum yum. Then they have just about the best bacon I have ever found.

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