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Resorts for Ice Fishing?

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Are there any resorts open in the winter on Plantagenet? If not, are there any other good options for me.

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I would just stay at a hotel in Bemidji.. Then you can also hit all the nearby lakes... I'm not sure if any of the resorts are open on Plan... Give Mark a call all Bluewater to see what he knows...

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your best bet would probably be a hotel, most of the resorts around the bemidji area rent all of their cabins to cellege students in the winter.

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I would almost gaurantee there are no resorts open on plantan in winter. Last time I ice fished the lake there were few houses out there and had to make own trail through snow. It was worth it though caught several nice eyes and perch

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