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want to go to red need help

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I am trying to plan a trip up to red lake. I was wondering if anyone had any recomendations on who I can go through to get a sleeper. If you have had any good experiances or heard any good recomendatoins let me know on here or my e-mail is dan-hoover@hotmail.com

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Club Red's been good to me. Or check out Waskish Minnow Station. Those would be my 2 1st choices. Ever been there before?

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If you had your choice would you go to red or LOW?

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You will catch more walleyes on red, but bigger ones on LOW.

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Yeah, but you can fish up through and/or all night if you want, on Red.

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Outdoors with Jonny P is a great option.

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you can keep more fish at lotw and catch some big hogs.but yes you can catch fish day or night at red.

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If you're going on a weekend, many rentals are already booked. I tried the Waskish Minnow Station and Club Red a few weeks ago and they had nothing available in Feb. We ended up renting from Bob's Rentals on Red... out of Rogers Resort. Nothing fancy, but it's a place to drink adult beverages and catch a few fish. We'll be up there next weekend (2/8-2/9)

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Thanks guys we have our trip planned. It is my first time on red and I can't wait.

Thanks agian

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