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First Week Of June on LOTW

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Once again I have been conned into giving up our little secret of early June fishing to a Hawaiian friend. He thinks just cause he got me into some Bones ( Oio ),Papio & sharks on the islands he has a right to fly in any June he wants & take advantage of what MN has to offer. Well I say!!!- Good trade! grin.gif

Inokeia, I'm looking forward to it.

That brings me to ask all of you fine folks out there in cyber land, as well as those I see & fish with on occasion about LOTW. We've decided to head up to the border for this years adventure & would like to rent a cabin at a resort, the question is which one? I realize that my time is short to expect any open cabins, but would like to get you alls input before placing a deposit. We are looking for a place that can access open lake reefs, islands as well as bays or river mouths for bad weather options. Also a mixed bag of the lakes finney critters is important to us.

Please let me know any experiences you've had as I browse the FM sponsors for a resort...

Any one who wants to email their favorite LOTW info. is encouraged to send me a line at

Thanks all!

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We've stayed at several and my favorite has always been The Wigwam. You can just "google it" and check out the website. They have been great people to deal with.

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