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LAKE CABIN FOR RENT

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Lake Cabin for rent for the 2007 season. May 1 to September 30. Cabin is located on East Lost Lake in Otter Tail County. 2 bedrooms, bathroom, fully furnished, new appliances. $5,500.00 for the season. Families welcome. Call 218-495-3084 or 218-205-7494.

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do you have any pics of the cabin or the lake lot/front? would you be open to week rental instead of season?

exactly where is east lost close to?

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East Lost Lake is located about 15 miles east of Fergus Falls. I would prefer to rent the cabin for the season, but if that doesn't work out, then I would be interested in renting it out by the week. Give me a call in a few weeks if you're still interested. I'm not sure how to attach pics to this post, but if you send me your e-mail address I will get some sent out to you. Thanks

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Tempting, however that lake isnt too good for fishing in my opinion.

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Woodeneye, might be interested in the cabin rental for a one or two weeks if you decide to rent out by the week. Could you shoot some pics and more info to this email address please. tedfredatfrontiernetdotnet Thanks and I'll keep checking to see if you rented it out for the season!

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East Lost is a good lake for panfish and bass, with lots of small pike. A fun lake to take kids fishing. I should have mentioned the cabin is located about three miles from the public access on Ottertail lake (the one by Zorbaz Pizza) which is excellent for walleyes.

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I'll get them sent out today. Let me know if you get them. Thanks

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if you could send pics to me, i may be interested in the weekly rental option

chad(underscore)bormann@hotmail.com

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Lake Cabin has been rented for the season. Thanks for the calls. Have a great fishing season!

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