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EricS55902

Rental for weekend of Feb 22nd-24th

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Looking for a house for 2-4 ppl depending on what is available if anything! Thanks!!!

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Anybody??

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Most of them try not to do business on the forums. Call the sites sponsors:

Waskish minnow station

Chad Bensons red lake rentals

Club red

raveling outdoors

There is also a big list of others guiding out there as well

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Outdoors with Jonny P

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Eric you will have to call around. Many Outfits are booked for the weekends by the start ice season, weekdays are another story. I think a good part of our (waskish minnow station) weekday bookings along a few other outfits have several weekdays wide open.

If a guy can get away the weekdays are great, the lake is ultra peaceful, guides are out scouting and often looking for helpers and the bars/food service are not packed to the gills.

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If a guy can get away the weekdays are great, the lake is ultra peaceful, guides are out scouting and often looking for helpers

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Some guides will recruit clients out of the sleepers to help try new spots out. Truly a sleeper is just what it says; a place to sleep. We encourage bringing portables and running around the ice, use the sleeper for fishing when its cold and dark outside.

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Jon, if we get recruited, do we get a junior guide's badge and get to learn the secret guide's handshake?? How about your autographed picture or a de-coder ring? Come on, make it worth our while. Hope my plans work out and I get to see you in a couple of weeks. Just kidding about the de-coder ring.

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