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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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rich4walleyes

Help With LOTW Newbie

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I am thinking about going to LOTW next june for a week of fishing and have some questions. The boats we have are 16' is that too small? I have heard some people say that they are too small for the lake. Also for the first couple weeks of June, Where is there a good place to stay? I will be coming with a group of guys totalling 12 people. Thanks for all the help.<P>Rich

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Your 16' boats will be adequate for the dates you mentioned. Most years, this year being a bit of an exception, you can find walleyes well within the range of your boats. Certainly there may be some days that will be too rough, in general no problem. <BR> As for accomodations, I'm partial to Ballard's but I think you will find that any of the area resorts will meet your needs and reasonably priced. Good luck. Ol'Sneller

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