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house placement

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going out in a permanent using washkish minnow station mid january. Got a house reserved for 6 of us. We might go over 6 and bring up my wheelhouse which holds a couple more. My questions is I know from emailing kelly p they do not place wheelhouses but If I bring mine up what is a decent distance without getting too close to put my permanent to the one I am renting. Want to have it relatively close so we can maybe all play cards in the big house at night but not to close where I'm kind of right at where he put all his houses. Thanks

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probably want to ask Kelly or Jon but usually unless it is gonna cause a flooding or drifting prob you can park relativley close......

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We'll figure it out when you get here and we know what the conditions are. Maybe if a crowd is watching the rental we can sneak your wheel house to a good spot nobody is watching. wink.gif

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sounds good thanks again

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