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toughguy

Day House on the South/West Side???

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I want to take my wife’s Grandpa icefishing on Mille Lacs in Jan. sometime. He is close to 90 and I know he won't be up for staying the night in a sleeper or freezing in my portable. I'd like to rent a day house for about 12 hours on a Saturday or Sunday on the South or West side. Anyone have any recommendations? I found that Red Door rents day houses but they are a little further north than I’d like to go. Thanks for any help.

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I would recomend checking with raveling outdoors who is on this site. They could accomodate you on a day house. They are great to deal with and are running out of the west side.

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We have a nice 5x8 day house that would fit two - we are on the south east side of the lake in Isle Bay.

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we have houses to fit your need.just give us a call and we can help you out(Jay)1-877-ICE-TRIP.

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I talked to someone at wilderness warmth today and that will fit my need perfectly.

Thanks,

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