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Hudec's web site??

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I noticed on the FM "distinctive outdoor sites" link, Hudec's resort on UR lake. It seemed to try to link to their home page. Nothing ever showed up.

I thought Hudec's has been closed. I haven't heard any reports from people fishing with them for years. Is the business back / new ownership w/ same name??? Or is the advertisement just left over from years past?? Just curious. I always liked the set-up at Hudec's.

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they haven't really been in operation for the last year or two......people have used them somehow in the last 2 years but their experiences have not been enjoyable by the sounds.....this could have changed but I think they were up for auction this past summer??

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I assume the site went down with the resort... They had something great going there. Too bad they couldn't get their act together.

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