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rangerforme    0
rangerforme

Does Appledorn's have its own boat ramp? We are looking at staying there in Mid July. Also, will cabin's 9 or 10 be finished by then and what's the fishing like around Mid July on that side of the lake?

Thanks

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The Cranker

Hello Rangerforme,

Thank you for considering Appelddorn's Sunset Bay Resort! We very much appreciate that.

We are really looking at a great year of open water fishing this year! I know there will be some real dandy trophy's caught this year.

With the addition of Steve Fellegy and Tony Roach and the brand new renovated cabins #9 and #10 (the old lodge and cafe)on that beautiful sandy beach the resort is really starting to take shape.

Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort has some really great things that are in the works, that I know that all the FM community will like! So stay tunned to FM for further developments!!!

To answer your question; Appeldoorns does not have a boat ramp. We are working on a portable boat ramp with a couple of different companies at the time. Right now we do launch your boat for you. You will load up your boat and will go ahead and ride in your boat while we launch you with our tractor. When you come in you can either tie up to our dock or call us and we will be ready for you when you come in to load you and your boat back up. It works pretty well.

We hope to hear from you soon!

Fish On!!!

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Muskieguy    6
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Cranker,

My group will be staying at Appledorn's for opening weekend. 13 guys, 4 cabins, 4 boats. Should be a great time!!!! Counting the days!!!

Question about your last post. So when we check in, we can arrange for the resort to pull us to the launch with the tractor? That would be great...I can launch the boat while my buddies do the hard work of unpacking the truck. hahaha!

All four boats we are bringing are good sized fishing boats, including an 18 foot fiberglass I/O fish and ski.(which is probably the heaviest) With the low water levels, are we going to be able to get these boats launched and be able to dock them at the resort?

Stop by Cabins 1,2,3 or 6 and say hi..If we are not out fishing we will be eating, drinking or gambling...

Jason(Muskieguy)

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The Cranker

Hello Muskieguy,

Thank you for making your resevations at Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort. It should be a excellent year of fishing!

Now if we can get the weather to cooperate with us a little.

For our guests we will launch your boat and then you will be able to either tie up to the dock (depending on the amount of water and boats) or we will pull you back out.

We look forward to having you stay with us at Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort!

Fish On!!!

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Slugo    0
Slugo

Cranker Hello,

I used to go up to your resort whe Joe owned it. DO you now have the fleet of Masseys? I always liked that tractor launch.

good Luck

Slugo

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Muskieguy    6
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Quote:

(depending on the amount of water and boats)


Assuming there is enough water to float boats near the dock, is it possible there will be too many boats to where not everybody gets a dock spot? Does each cabin get one reserved dock spot?

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Slugo,

These are the same tractors that Joe used. We are spiffing them up a little and only launching boats for our guests that are staying here at the resort and for tourney's for now. That could change in the future.

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Slugo,

We have the same fleet of tractors as Joe had. We only launch boats for our cliental that are staying with us at the resort and for tournaments that are held at the resort.

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Are any of these tournaments open to the public and do you have a list of tournaments.

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The Cranker

We will be sharing the tourney info at a little later as we are scheduling the summer events over the next couple of weeks.

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