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Badger_55

Gosh Dam Place

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Does this place fill up pretty fast on the opening weekend or is it pretty low key?

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I am pretty sure their rooms are booked. They are busy during opener and most seasons. But they have excellent food and great service and resonable prices.

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I just called Molly, the owner, she said they have one room left that will sleep up to 4. I agree with the other post that they have great food, great service and reasonable prices. If you want in you had better call quick.

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I don't think there's any place in Itasca County that's "low key" opening weekend, except maybe the nursing homes! grin.gif Seriously, most places fill up month's to a year before the opener. I think alot of people have their traditions and use the same place year after year. I hope we start loosing some ice up here or you may be dodging icebergs opening weekend ice fishing. As of this past Tuesday, a buddy of mine was still using his ATV to get out to his crappie spots, but it is warming up and extreme caution should be used.

Brian

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