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Open water (yup its just around the corner)

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I have opened up the reservation books for the open water season. Call or email with with requested dates for all the open water species and seasons.

Hard to believe we may be running boats to the river in little over a month and maybe hitting Upper Red Lake with boats in two months. The seasons just go by quicker and quicker.

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And the best time of year (May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct) for my chance at the pike of a lifetime is????????????????????

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What type of accomodations do you have for the open water season?

Thanks

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Well I used to always say August but June and July have been the best Pike months the last few years.

Lunger check out my website for most questions and for lodging I normaly look towrads the Drake Motel in Blackduck or Westwinds Resort.

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