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I was driving thru a couple f weeks ago and thought I saw a company making fish houses across from the Scottwood- what is the name of the houses? Can I fnd more infor on the internet?

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I live in Alex....where is the Scottwood?

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Sorry - Somehow you were supposed to know that I am talking about Glenwood. Any ideas?

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If your looking for a fish house manufacturer, there is a company just west of me in the city of Montevideo, Ice Castle Fish Houses, which is about an hour south and west of Glenwood. Real nice houses, they build standard ones and also do custom ones. I am not sure about the place in Glenwood. The company I work for builds some of the frames for this company in Montevideo. I have heard they are pretty expensive though. Goodluck and hope you find something you like. Have you checked out the forums here on fishing minnesota, usually there are plenty to choose from on this site come winter.

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