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minndonn

Nearby Casino?

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minndonn

What is the closest casino to the lake and anybody go to them? Coming up for 5 days and want to check out them out

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ilovefishing

if you go thru moose lake and across on 2 past grand rapids there is white oak casino in deer river, usualy a good stopping point from hinckley 3 hours

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Random guy

Small one in Warroad, Northern Lights in Walker, and Cass Lake has a Casino (can't remembeer the name of it).

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steeplechaser2

you could just throw the change down a hole in the ice...then Jon or Kelly could try to help you fish it back out.....you might leave with more grin.gif

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Stradic

It was "The Palace" casino in Cass lake last time I was up.

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Random guy

Yup, thats it!

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big drift

There is also one in Red Lake itself but ya may wanna stick to daytime visits.

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late night

Dont want to stir the pot too much but if you are going to the casino you have absolutly no right to complain about the tribal right to net out the lakes. I see it all the time on Mille Lacs. Casino parking lot full of fishing rigs and then listen to everybody complain about netting. The two go hand in hand. If you dont believe in tribal rights to net, which most seem not too, dont go to the casino. I personally wouldnt go to a casino, even for a free buffet.

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1runhotshot

Late Night, AMEN BROTHER! How about the other businesses that are owned by the tribes and you would never know it. Isn't Eddy's and other gas stations in the Mille Lacs area tride owned now?

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late night

I dont know about about Eddys but there is a Marathon gas station just south of the casino called MLTB that is tribal owned.

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minndonn

Well I do not have a problem with the tribes as long as the limits are controlled. I happen to work at a casino and am glad that that option was their so I did not have to move when my previous position (and better) job was terminated. Right now the walleye size )on URL) is much bigger than it was 40 years ago when I graduated high school. Since the casinos have come in they have created many jobs for both natives and non-natives. More good is done with the income from the casinos by the tribes than if Donald Trump owned it. OH YAH THE DONALD filed bankruptcy on his casino.

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