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I,m coming up to the lovely red lake and was wondering if Brad,s sleepers are recommended?My gal pal is coming with so
we can,t actually stay in a hut,if ya know what I mean?does he move the houses around?Just wondering.

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I've stayed in one of Brads Sleepers with the wife and kid, and have a slot again in Feb...Great guy and we cought a bunch of fish. He tells me the shack we stayed in is gone so I can't say, but would imagine that they must be newer than what we were in 2 years ago. So that can't be too bad. He checked on us a couple times and made sure we were gitting some action. I'm sure he will take care of you.

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Brad takes very good care of his people.

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WENT TO RED THIS WEEKEND AND ONLY CAUGHT 6 BUT THEY WERE 13 1/2 INCH BEAUTIES.SOME NICE WALLEYES AND A 10 POUND NORTHERN.WAS VERY IMPRESSED WITH BRADS HOUSES AND HIS SERVICE.

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