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Cabin north of Schroeder?

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I'm looking to rent a small cabin right on Superior for a weekend at the end of the month. It's a birthday present to myself, but I'm taking my girlfriend who has never been on the shore past Duluth. She's a Minnesota girl, too, can you believe it?

I'd prefer a little stand alone cabin instead of one of the resorts, and know there are some pop and mom rentals out there. Anyone got a recommendation?

Ideally, and since it is my birthday, it wouldn't be too far from Tofte, so I could take her walleye fishing for an afternoon on my favorite fall spot down the Sawbill.

Oh yeah, anyone ever see a rogue king or coho in the MN Brule as late as early November? It's my birthday, so I figure I getta do what I want.

Thanks for the help.

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Take a look at the Anderson Lighthouse. The Americinn Tofte takes care of the reservations. It is right on the waters edge, some amazing views... it would be a great birthday gift!! The website is americinntofte(dot)com

Good Luck.

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There is one right at the Eagle's Nest Gift Shoppe. It is fairly new and by itself. My brother's Brother-in-Law owns it. His name is Dean. Great guy. He also takes care of the cabins behind the gift shoppe. These are right off of 61. Give him a call.

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