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LOOKING FOR GOOD PLACE TO STAY

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I WILL BE HEADING UP TO WINNIE THIS WINTER FOR A ICE FISHING TRIP WITH SOME BUDDIES, AND WOULD LIKE TO NOW IF THERE IS A NICE PLACE TO STAY WITH CABINS THAT HAVE INDOOR BATH ROOMS AND KITCHENS, SO WE CAN COOK UP SOME OF THAT WINNIE PERCH

AND A FIRE PLACE WOULD BE NICE.

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High Banks Resort

The Pines

Tamarcak

Little Winnie esort

Williams Narrows

All are nice places with nice cabins and a place to cook up your fish most of the resorts do have indoor toilets we are not that far behind the times

Jason

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THANKS FOR THE REPLYS

IT LOOKS LIKE DENNYS, IT WILL BE

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we tried Mc Ardles last year and I was very impressed with the operation there. Its off west winnie road. good lake access and clean, highly recommended. ps. caught lots of jumbo's too. we were there the first week of feb

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Check out Nodaks Lodge!!!

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