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BassMan25

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BassMan25

Hey everyone,

I'm brand new to the forums and I will be moving to the area in the near future. Very nice forums you have here and I think it is very informative.

Can anybody tell me any information about Two Inlets Lake and its fishing? I will be fishing there a few times this summer and I was wondering what I can expect as far as species and success? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Bob/Mn

TI Lakes is a good all around lake but it does get a lot of pressure and water activity. The lake is very fertal and has produced some trophy fish.

There are five resorts on the lake, thus quite a lot of boat traffic. Best fishing time is at night or befor 9 am befor the water craft traffic get heavy.

Good luck fishing.

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fisherdog19

Welcome to the site Bassman. Most lakes in that area produce nice fish, check the DNR website for more information.

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BassMan25

Thanks for the replies and info guys. I will be on here for a long time to come. So hopefully I will be in contact with many of you on the forums. Much Appreciated.

BassMan25

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Jason Durham

Bassman,

Welcome (soon) to the area. If you enjoy bass fishing, I invite you to check out our local bass club. We'd love to have you on board.

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BassMan25

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Bassman,

Welcome (soon) to the area. If you enjoy bass fishing, I invite you to check out our local bass club. We'd love to have you on board.


Hey that sounds like something I would definitely be interested in. Is there a website or anything to check out some of the information?

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Chugger

parkrapidsbassclub.com

May need a partner.

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BassMan25

very interested. how can we contact each other?

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BassMan25

i can't seem to send a private message to anyone. how do we communicate with each other?

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MuskyBug85

if you put your email adress on a post i won't bust you, tongue.gif i promise

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lippy

WELCOME BASSMAN

I LIVE BY TWO INLETS ON CONT ROAD 89 IF U NEED TO BUY A HOME IM SELLING MINE FOR 130,000 LIVE ON THE SOUTH END OF ISLAND LAKE GOOD LUCK FISHING

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BassMan25

could i ever get your e-mail lippy?

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BassMan25

Lippy,

I am interested in seeing what you have to offer for your lake cabin. Is there anything on the Internet where I could look at the cabin? I also will be back in Park Rapids again at the end of the month. Maybe we could set something up then? Let me know your thoughts on this.

Thanks

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lippy

Sorry bassman I havent been on

its a 3 bedroom home not a cabin and my email add is

aarongoon@ yahoo.com

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BobberTom

My family and I are renting a cabin the second week in August on Two Inlets. Any Suggestions on the fishing on this lake that time of year.

thanks

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BassMan25

BobberTom,

what resort are you staying at?

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BobberTom

Bassman we are staying at Bearpaw.

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BassMan25

BobberTom,

I will be just down the road from you at Two Inlets Resort. I will be working there for the summer. You should swing by and say hi. I hope to have the lake figured out in a month or so for fishing spots.

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husker_pikes

Does anyone know someone who would be interested in renting their pontoon boat for a week? We are staying at Two Inlets resort June 2nd though the 8th. We have small kids and would really appreciate a pontoon to take them out on. If you are interested please reply.

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BassMan25

Husker,

Two Inlets Resort has a pontoon available for rent I believe. Contact the owners to confirm it.

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