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Maximum12

Rental Recommendation (for a buddy on leave)

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Maximum12    1
Maximum12

Hey all, I have a buddy coming home for a two-week leave from Kosovo on January 2nd & he's looking to rent a place Mille Lacs with his wife & two kids for a couple of days. I've never rented a house up there, so I was hoping a few of you could steer me to a good place based on personal experience. I've looked at the sponsors page, but am interested in some feedback based on folks who've rented already. Thanks a lot!

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mshs1    0
mshs1

Rented from Mcquoids on the east side very nice sleepers and close to an eatery. they also have a motel. they are on the web

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Sheephead Slayer    0
Sheephead Slayer

I would give Paul a call at appledoorns. Great service, great cabins and good fishing right off his ice road.

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

Check the top of this forum for a few resorts that will take care of you.

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walleyeking19    0
walleyeking19

i would recomend appeldoorns. everytime i've stayed there, i've been pleased with the service and the fish grin.gif

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THEPROFESSIONAL    0
THEPROFESSIONAL

I would check out wilderness warmth. Contact info is on top of the page. Great service, great people, great price. Give them a call!

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JDR724

I stayed at Appledoorn's in a cabin for 10 days and for me that's the way to go.

The cabins are nice and new, cable TV, wireless internet, fireplace and full kitchen.

Paul is a great guy and helpful with the fishing.

I did take a look at the permanents and they were nice and placed well on and around Doe Island reef. Because I wanted the creature comforts and am fishing from a sled with a portable I went with cabin.

From what I saw at the time last week, Appeldoorn's and Hunter's had the best roads plowed.

Good Luck,

John

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Maximum12    1
Maximum12

Thanks for the fantastic suggestions, all. I'll pass them on whole to my buddy - I'm sure he'll have a blast wherever they end up!

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rodmaker    0
rodmaker

Appeldoorn's - hands down!!!!!! Paul will take care of you!!!!

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omegadoc    0
omegadoc

When he decides on a place, why dont we all throw in $10-20 each for him and his family via the resort to say thanks to a serviceman and cover his w/e.

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walleyeslayr    0
walleyeslayr

I second donating to help a serviceman and his family. Count me in. Post which resort.

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ndsufootball    0
ndsufootball

let me know as well, that is a fantastic idea anything we can do to help serviceman/women

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marlinfan

sounds good please let me know I have 2 cousins in the marines and they would love that. Let me know I would love to throw in $20 please let me know the resort to send it, email me at

pete@twci.net

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rodmaker    0
rodmaker

Have you decided yet??? People are ready to make a contribution.

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Harry_Angler    0
Harry_Angler

We have brand new wheel houses with flat screen tvs and play stations - we also have cozy log cabins with a day house rental combination. Check out our website or call - we also have some great weekday specials!

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Maximum12    1
Maximum12

Hey guys, that's hugely generous of you.

I've sent him an email but haven't heard back yet - he's sometimes off base for up to a week at a time, so it could be a bit. But once I find out I'll post the info here.

Harry, I'll throw him your web address as well. grin.gif

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Maximum12    1
Maximum12

All, thanks for the offers - & after all that he decided not go venture out onto Mille Lacs after all. Next time!

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minnesotatuff    0
minnesotatuff

if we all want to support our troops, lets get them home!

regards,

minnesotatuff

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GotOne

The sooner the better...once the mission is complete. The serge is working! Heck, even some of the libs are finally admitting it's working:)

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