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g man46

Resorts anywhere near Falcon island

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g man46

I am trying to plan a trip for next year for our group of guys and need help. At first I thought we would go on a fly in, but after missing our annual LOTW trip this year with a different group of guys and hearing the stories again, and hearing Big G-in the Canada forum talk about leaving the fly-in for LOTW I decided were going to LOTW and that's final. <BR>The help I need is that I have always stayed at Oak Island Resort, but they are full at the time I want to go (Early-Mid June). Does anyone know of any resorts I can contact near the Oak Island/Falcon Island vicinity? I have contacted Bonnie Brae, Oak Island, Bay Store, and Sunset. <BR>Thanks in advance for any help,<BR>Greg

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Wave Runner

Flag Island Resort isn't too far away.

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Kaz

Go to the resort locater on this site. There are several at the Angle, some on the river at American Point. If one is full, ask for the phone numbers of the others. A couple are on the Canadian side and up at Mounment Bay. Ask one of the resorts for help in getting a resveration, they'll all want to help each other fill up....Kaz

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shmick__shmacky

Greg, shoot me an email at jacobmertens@hotmail.com<BR> <BR>I might have a place for your group.<P>Thanks<P>------------------<BR>Where's my crew??

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Check out "Anlge Outpost" on the web. We are staying there this upcoming week. Call them and see what they have open. There are tons of places and if a lodge is booked up, ask them for other references. I would think that they would know and be willing to share info.<P>Yep, LOTW is the place to go. Nope, not quite as many fish as a fly-in, but the quality supercedes. Bigger walleyes, bigger pike, and of course the option for muskies (are there any other fish??? grin.gif )<P>Just for point of fact, last year we stayed at Wiley Point lodge. Out of our group, 2 pike were caught just in the bay by the lodge. The first one was 41". The other was just a bit over 40". The 41" fish was caught off some weeds, just a 100 feet from the dock.........<P>Another point of fact. We were walleye fishing a reef of 20 to 30 feet. Banging walleyes fast and furious. We were on them. Lots of fish.........about 1 every 5 minutes. Well, my buddy gets a bite, and sets the hook. Normal hook set and fish weight at the end of the line. Within 1 second of the hook set, the line gets VERY HEAVY. Long story short.........After several minutes of battling this heavy fish off the bottom of the reef, it finaly surfaces. It is a 50+" musky. The net wasn't big enough to boat it. After several more minutes, it surfaces again, and spits out a 14" walleye. My buddy caught the walleye and the musky inhaled the walleye immediately. That musky was on the surface 3 times by the boat (to green to hand grab) and its mouth was completely shut. We never had a clue that the walleye was in there, until she spit it out......<P>Heard about it and seen it on TV. But I never seen this live. It was cool!!!!<P>By the way, last year a buddy in another boat in our party boated a 55" musky. All in all, out of 6 guys we boated about 30 muskies last year on our trip!!!<P>------------------<BR>Let 'em go so they can grow!!!

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