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RocketRich

Looking for idea's on a sleeper for February 23,24th, leaving the 25th.

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Any idea's?? I am taking my brother-in-law who is just back from his 3rd tour to the middle east and his son. Rocket

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Good luck. I would go to the sponser page on here and check out the resorts to list themselves. We like to support those who support us. If that doens't pan out, it may not, then try the URL assn website for more resorts out there. There are quite a few out there, but with it being the last weekend of the "gamefish" season you will be pretty hard pressed.

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battle river lodge had 2 houses avail, a couple days ago try them (218)647-8673 good luck, and heh tell your brother-in law thanks for what hes doing.

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