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muskiemauch

Sleeper rental

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I am looking to rent a sleeper for Friday and Saturday next weekend. Any sugestions? I have my father coming up from Chicago, so two person.

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Any of the sponsors for this site come highly recommended! Give any of them a call and im sure the would hook you up!

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Thanks, I appreciate the heads up.

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I would give Jay and Amber out of Wilderness Warmth a call. Thier houses are comfortable and clean. Best of all, Jay will try his hardest to put you on some fish. We've been doing pretty good out there. Better than most.

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I have stayed at Raveling Outdoors twice this winter-West Side-nice road to houses. Clean/new houses most with cooktops and some with TV. They are getting fish here and there-we caught nice Perch to have a fishfry(they are goood eatin')

Check their website out RavelingOutdoors dotcom-they are a sponsor here so I hope I am not getting them in trouble for the recommendation!

Tell them the Green Machine guy sent you-and you want the same deal he gets!!!

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Hey Todd have fun with the green machine on Red. Bring me some slabs back. Ill be on the pond till friday.

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