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Big Tom

Ice Fishing Lodge Recommendations

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After doing LOW for 10 years, we figured its' time to try something new. Can anyone give me their suggestions on Lodges that provide Accomodations and fish house rental on URL? Looking to go in early January. Thanks in advance for the information.

Big Tom

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Get a hold of Kelly P. He runs fish houses, and does a bang up job! He is the moderator on this forum. His business name is Waskish Minnow Station. Click on his website below his signature to contact him, or call the number and talk to Patsy.

Good Luck!

Ken

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I second Kelly P.

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They have sleepers.

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Kelly-P is the way to go if you are looking for just a fish house.

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I would like to some day rent an ice house from Kelly P. The last two seasons, my son and I have hired Bear Claw.

Have fun!

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Thanks for all of the info. So ther than Sleepers isn't there anyone renting lodging?

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For some reason the ice fishing fever has hit hard today. I wish it was 4 1/2 months from now...I bet Kelly doesnt because of lack of sleep from looking for all those crappies. grin.gif

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I would rent a sleeper, I'm sure you could pay for a shower somewhere. Crappie will bite at night alot so you might miss the best bites. And it is kind of peacefull when the herd moves off at night.

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Westwind has showers. I "think" it is $5.00 but am not sure.

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