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MCQUOIDS......MACS TWIN BAY

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I HAVE OFTEN READ ABOUT THE TOP KNOTCH HOUSES AND SERVICE PROVIDED AT MCQUOIDS.

DOES MACS HAVE THE SAME QUALITY HOUSES AND PROVIDE SIMILAR SERVICE?

DO THEY FISH THE SAME AREA OF THE LAKE?

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Northbound,

This is the first year that I will have my house at Mac's so I'm probably not the best person to respond to your question. What I can tell you is, we moved the house to Mac's about a month ago and Kevin, Karen and their crew have been very helpful and friendly. I think they have some additional rental's for this year and they look really nice. The people we have met when we have been there making repairs to the house have also been very friendly and nice. We've been talking to a group that's in the process of building a new house up there and we are planning on having a few cold ones together out on the lake. I don't know if this helps you out or not, I'm sure there are a bunch of more knowledgable Mac's fisherman that will respond to your question.

Ole

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Macs has some nice houses,not sure if he has the super deluxe houses with TV etc like his dad does at McQuoids but they are some of the better houses on the lake.You can check the resort locator or do a search on the net and I think they have some pictures on there.

Mcquoids also has a 2/1 coupon on their website but it is only good Sunday-Thursday

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I've been with Mac's for about 4 years. I can't say enough about them. Their service is excellent. Example: Last year I had regulator trouble late at night. They let me stay in a rental until the hardware store opened the next morning. That rental left my kid saying "Dad, we need a house like that." I've heard others say similar. P.S. It's nice to see so many Macs clients on this site. I look forward to good info here and perhaps a few cold ones on the pond. I'm hoping they pull big houses right after Xmas. If so, I'll be there with bells on.

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