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Warrior56215

Good Place for Lunch on Gull?

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I will be fishing Gull Thurs.- Sun. and I was wondering if someone could offer a suggestion or two for a good and convenient (nice dock, close to the lake) place to pull in with the boat for a burger and a beer? Thanks.

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Hey Warrior,

I fish Gull a Ton. Some nice places to eat some lunch are Ernies on Gull Which is on the North side of Squaw (Sp?) Point also Bar Harbor is a good spot. Zorbaz up by the Landing is a good spot. You could also knock on someones door and ask for lunch...but that might not be as effective. grin.gif Good Luck and have fun fishing!

Chev

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Thanks Chev. We are staying at Cragun's, but I do most of my fishing toward the north. I am very much looking forward to a long weekend on Gull. I am hoping for decent weather and a few walleyes.

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Definately go to Zorbaz. Forget the burger and get one of their pizzas. THE BEST PIZZA PLACE IN THE LAKES AREA.

Beer isn't priced too bad either, especially for a place that caters to the Gull Lake crowd.

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Burger and a beer? Bar Harbor it is!

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What ever happened to the old Butcher Block. Is that now Ernie's? We used to go in there at least once a trip and grill our own steaks.

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I'm partial to Ernie's (yes the old Butcher Block). But hears a thought...go to all three!!

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