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We are thinking of trying JR's this weekend and were wondering if they have a restaurant at their place as I have seen that they will fry your fish, and just what everyone thinks of their roads and place in general? It will be a cold (BRRRRRR) weekend up there.

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It's a good setup.No restaurant but do have deep fryer that they will cook your fish as you said and also do up potatoes with your fish. I think they have frozen pizza in the bar but not 100% sure.

JR and Chad keep the roads in good shape- not sure how far out they are these days as I haven't been there in 3-4 weeks

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You clean your fish in the back of JRs Resort and he will fry them up for $5. He also does up a bunch of fr.fries with your fish.

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for food you will have to go to waskish. but jrs is a great place to go out of. have a great time there.not to crowded.

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They do have frozen pizza and some small snacks like chips and such. The only thing he had to wash down that pizza with was beer.

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Went out of JR for the first time ever. I have been going out of the north end for years. Go there on Thursday morning talked to JR he told me a good place to go set-up and had my 2 fish within 2 hours. Brought 3 scoops of minnows and had to go get more Friday afternoon. Best weekend up there yet. Best part of it all the access there was still 8 bucks. Very nice place to go out of and will be back Thanks JR

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