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thedeadsea

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I have some friends from out of the area who would like to do a dogsled/fishing trip in March. Can anyone recommend a good outfitter? They don't need someone to drill the holes and bait the lines, just get them to the lake as they have their own equipment.

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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Steve Foss

Steve, there are quite a handful of dogsled outfitters here. Kelly Murphy I know personally, and he gets full marks from everyone I've talked to about his laker trips. Bill Slaughter I believe is more of a pike guy.

It's getting a bit late to try to book a March trip, since that's a prime time for most mushers.

I'd check out the Ely Chamber of Commerce Web site at http://www.ely.org. They should have a list of contact info for mushers who you can call.

Any musher should be able to run out out and pick you back up at a designated spot at a designated time. Helps if you're in the middle of the week, but some mushers may still have March weekend openings.

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HUNT&FISH

I have been out with Bill Slaughter, it was a great trip for pike and he put us on several large fish. The experience is one that is never forgotten.

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jigginjim

A over night camp out could be fun. Dogs bring out then come get you the next day.

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Highway2Allstar

Those dogs need diapers, snowmobile tracks melt clean in da spring

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