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Dylan33

Mille Lacs Launch services

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Dylan33

Hey all-

I'm sure the answer is no, but I have to ask anyway since my wife and I will be in Garrison next weekend.

Is there a launch service that is running right now to get after panfish, tullies, etc? I'm assuming the demand for that would be low, and no one does it, but I thought i'd ask.

How about an inexpensive guide?

Thanks

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Stick in Mud

Not that I know of. Most of the big boats are still sitting safely on shore.

About the guides, you might have better luck...

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Dylan33

ok...that's what i figured....so let me ask this, does anyone know of a reasonably priced guide that might take my wife and I out for a couple of hours?

or..

anybody gonna be out there this weekend (April 21)and have a couple of extra seats?

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gregg52

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eyeman1

Does anybody know of any resorts or launch services on the lake that have smaller launches (like a 27'-30' boat like they have on Lake of the Woods) for groups of about 6 people. I'm trying to plan a one day fishing trip with a couple of coworkers. We would like to find something where it would just be our group on the boat instead of a boat of 40 people. Any help or direction would me much appreciated. Thanks!!

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Brad B

Does anybody know of any resorts or launch services on the lake that have smaller launches (like a 27'-30' boat like they have on Lake of the Woods) for groups of about 6 people. I'm trying to plan a one day fishing trip with a couple of coworkers. We would like to find something where it would just be our group on the boat instead of a boat of 40 people. Any help or direction would me much appreciated. Thanks!!

check with Twin Pines on the west side. their smaller boat will hold up to 25 people. they most likely would do a charter for a group of 6 but the per person cost would be more then thier open launch which is $35 per person (4 person min).

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Stick in Mud

Does anybody know of any resorts or launch services on the lake that have smaller launches (like a 27'-30' boat like they have on Lake of the Woods) for groups of about 6 people. I'm trying to plan a one day fishing trip with a couple of coworkers. We would like to find something where it would just be our group on the boat instead of a boat of 40 people. Any help or direction would me much appreciated. Thanks!!

Just my .02. You can also try Myr Mar. You can reserve a small boat for a small crew, and if you're looking for good fishing at night, you'll most likely catch some. And if the schedules work out right, you just might be me as your bait boy. smile

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malmomafia1

Fisher's Resort just purchased a 27' Sportcraft 2 days ago just for that type of fishing. It will be used for up to 6 people and will be able to get to the fishing grounds fast. It will also be used for trolling crankbaits and trolling with leadcore when that bite heats up. Check it out.

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FishingRebel

Hey all-

I'm sure the answer is no, but I have to ask anyway since my wife and I will be in Garrison next weekend.

Is there a launch service that is running right now to get after panfish, tullies, etc? I'm assuming the demand for that would be low, and no one does it, but I thought i'd ask.

How about an inexpensive guide?

Thanks

LOL trust me, you will NOT catch any Tullies......

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Stick in Mud

Yeah, I've never seen a tullie on a launch trip, at least one that's bit a hook.

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St_Croix_Banks

I think Chris Kuduk likes to chase panfish/crappie. No idea what he charges but he's a Hall of Fame guide up there.

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suncruiser234

Barnaveld's Resort still runs a small charter boat that would fish 6 people. Four miles east of The Junction BP gas station.

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