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Smitty

Big Pine resort question for Paul

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Smitty

Paul, do you know the name of the resort right on the sand beach by that big inside turn you showed us last year (right next to the big point down from Big Pine Resort)??

Gotta love my explanations, eh!!! Hope you know where I'm talking about. Sunshine was bought out & the new pricing went up a BUNCH.

Hope winter is treating you well. Soft water soon!!!!!

See ya, Dave

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Paul Rohweller

Could it be sunset beach resort? Thinkin off the top of my head here. 346-4922
I'm going to be staying at regenbue haven resort on big pine the week of june 15th through the 22nd. This is going to be weird, not having to commute! lolol Their number is 346-2488 its a small resort but the location and beach is nice. Their up on the northwest end of the lake. I just got off big pine tonite, was fishing on the clam bed and that big inside turn but up on top, tons of little walleyes, going to be good fishing in a couple years when these guys grow up! When you coming up? Who bought sunshine? I didnt hear about that... Paul

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Pine to Prairie Guide Service
218-962-3387
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It could be Sunset Beach, I really don't have any idea. I was thinking it may have been Regnbue, but it doesn't sound like it from what you are saying. It just looks like there is a small resort right up in that "cove", but we never figured out what it was.
Not sure when we're coming up yet. Mom and Dad are going to Star for a week starting June 1 & I may bring the boys up for a long weekend. We'll probably come back up sometime late June or July (just Dad & I), but nothing scheduled yet. The big family adventure at Big Pine is early August. I've got a couple questions on the July one, so I'll drop you an E-mail..

Sunshine was bought by Steve and Sherri Halstensgaard (apparently they've had a trailer there for about 7 years). They own the sailboat that is always anchored in front of the resort. Sound like nice folks, but the prices did go up big time. I won't cancel the trip, but thought I would do some last minute shopping before sending my deposit.

Talk to ya later. Work has pretty much had me by the tail all winter, so not much 'puter time.. Start feeding those little eyes on BP some steriods, cause I'm comin'!!!!

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Thats good news! Steve and Sherri are great folks. They have been at sunshine resort as seasonals for ages and know how to have fun! I know they always provided a couple hundred dollars worth of fireworks on the 4th for everyone to enjoy.. I imagine they payed a pretty penny for the place so a rate increase was probably overdue. Hes a good buisnessman and I hope he makes a go of it! I hear ya on the work issue. I'm ready for a day off myself! Paul

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