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Cyrus Resort?

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Just wondering if anbody ever stays and goes out fishing at cryus resort. How would they rate with all the other resorts around there? Thinking of givin it a try next week.

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They are nice enough. I have gone two or three times with them. The fishing wasn't good any of the times I tried. I have a couple portables and have decided to quit wasting money on guides when you can go most of the places they go in your pickup. Its more rewarding to go yourself. I still might rent a house if kids come with and its really cold. I have used three or four places and they all seem friendly enough.

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We had 5 that went up to Cyrus last year, had decent luck biggest was a 25 inch walleye a good mix of walleye and sauger and a few tulabee's, everyone caught fish. The staff was friendly and we had no problems, the cabins are nice. we have 7-8 heading up on friday again untill moday, cant wait!!

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i would recomend cyrus .was at cyrus a cupple weeks ago and the treated us very good.Nice cabins and very friendly staff .they will try and put you on fish but they can,t make them bite . GRANDPA RAY

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