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Long Point or Gull?

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Has anyone fished in LP's day houses? Do they put you on fish...I know they would certainly try. Guess I'm asking because of the cold snap & thought maybe I'd go with the easier way out, instead of setting the protable up or the perm. house since daughter will be coming up too. Or, would the fishing be better at Gull Rock? If anybody has been fishing there today at either spots, I wouldn't mind a report. Stay warm, and thanks in advance! Gator

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I have fished out of there houses many times. We've only had one really tough day in ten years plus of going there. And we still managed enough for a fish fry that time. I was out there last weekend, fishing out of portable's, and we caught 18 walleye & Sauger keepers on sat, for three guys. sun 2 of us went and kept our 16 plus about 10 jumbo's.

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Long point houses have always been good for me. Been up there 10 times or so and always have limited. Freinds up there last weekend did very well. Good luck.

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Thanks, heading up there tonight...buurrrr!

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