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TommyLarson2

Bachelor party/ fishing launch/ golf

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Any suggestions on a good spot to have a Bachelor Party with Fishing launch and golf with either camping or stay??? I know the ussaual Eddys, Izatys anything else that might have a place to camp out with golf and launch???

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Fiddlestix, just south of Isle, is a pretty decent course. Camping at the state park on the south side of the lake (father Hennepin). Twin Pines launch service for fishing, 20 guys, 1 girl ??? grin.gif

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We're doing a bachelor party at Twin Pines Tues. night. Staying there too. Don't know about golf. None of us swing a club -- at least on a golf course. Talk to Linda, see what she can do. Weekdays are easiest to work around.

rascal

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We did a bachelor party a few year ago...and it worked out great!!!

Golfed at Mille Lacs golf club(south of garrison, north of casino) Pretty nice course and resonably priced.

Stayed at Pike Point resort(just south of Garrison) Cabins were ok, but the nice part is there are grills and a huge fire pit for the late night bonfire.

Took the Launch (Captain Mike Gannon) out of Pike Point...this was the best part. You can rent the whole boat for like $350 for 4 hours or 600 for 8 hours. That way you can party, swear and do what ever, since you have the whole boat to yourselves. We did 8 hours, with 18 guys it was like $35 a guy. We did noon to 8pm. Captain Mikes boat has a gas grill on it, so we bbq'd right on the boat. We were off the lake shortly after 8, that way we could shower up and get to the Blue Goose just as the Band was starting. Also, from Garrison, Brainerd is not too far away if the Blue Goose isn't quite your croud.

Captain Mike works hard to find fish...and if memory serves, he won the wave wacker tourney last year...so he knows how to fish.

If you have questions let me know...

Muskieguy......

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what weekend are you looking??

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None of us swing a club -- at least on a golf course.


That's rad. I second Twin Pines.

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Have been to a couple wing-dings at Izaty's before. Kind-of nice that no one has to do any driving around. My 2 cents. grin.gif

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Remember to drive safely & sober near Garrison!

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thanks for the info. I know the lake well and been thinking of Izatys and maybe the casino. but I will let the guys know about the others.

we are looking for next weekend, 29-30th

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