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Cheap Lodging

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Heading up for a quickie! Wednesday (10/4/06) for a night and morning fish. Don't want to spend to much.. Ideas please.

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Fish house at Hunters I think $10

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I was thinkng more along the lines of a motel/hotel (not at the casino).

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Chapmans is a nice place- About $60/nt for a motel room. I was up this weekend and the perch bite was hot in Isle Bay-

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Can someone tell me about these fish house rentals? Do they have the lights and heat hooked up? Sounds like a good place to crash before getting up to fish again.

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Gerty,

At Hunter's Point they do. It may also be an option at The Red Door. I know only because I've done it in the spring and summer. Give 'em a call.

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T.O. - Thanks. I will do that. I have to satisfy this itch I have before the water gets hard! laugh.gif

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