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maros91

Storing a private fish house

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Any resorts in town offer this service? My father and I are looking to build a 10 x 16 permanent and are looking for a resort to store it at. Any info would be great.

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Hillman's will store your fish house... I'm not sure if they charge, or what they charge in that case...

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For wheelhouses, Hillmans doesn't charge anything as long as you use his access. Not sure what he would charge for storing a permanent. Not sure what other resorts would do for permanents.

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Hillman's stores houses, along with Roger's Campground on the south shore. I've had my house at Roger's for the last 3 winters and Jerry & Joanie do a fantastic job.

I haven't been up to Red yet this winter but my parents have and there has been a freshly plowed road out to our shack each time they've been up there.

I'm sure a few other places store shacks as well but those are the two I'm familiar with.

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Roger's Campground and Hillmans so far. I may have to give them a call. Any others?

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We asked Hillmans if they could store ours about 3 or 4 years ago and they said they couldn't?? Right now ours is sitting at Hudecs.

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Hillman's stores for a week or two during the winter. Not many in the summer as it is all campers. Up North Storage has room for fish houses. 1 mile east of Westwind.

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