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Resort Recomendations

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Anyone stay at a great resort in the Bemidji over toward Grand Rapids area in the last couple of years? I would like to stay somewhere that has good panfish action for the kids (5 & 7) as well as plenty of other activities to keep them busy. We are hoping to go in mid August. Also, really don't want to spend more than a $1000 for a week. If you have any ideas I'd like to hear your input. Thanks

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You could take a look in the Resort Directory Links page and take a look at what they have to offer and the prices. Many choices there with contact info on thier website's.

Homepage---- Minnesota Resorts-Lodges

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you could also check out our resort page although it is more toward the deer river grand rapids area at mnfishingpros

Jason

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High Banks resort on the east side of Winnie is top notch. Rick and Kim will do all they can to help you have a great vacation. Kim usually has activities lined up for the kids and the panfishing in the Cutfoot lakes as well as the perch and walleyes on Winnie.....say no more.

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Sport show starts next week. You can get lots of literature for that area.

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