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For the past 7 years I have been staying at Fishers but with the addition to my family my wife made me get a cabin this year for our Annual Mille Lacs Family Trip. I couldnt find anything on the North Side so I ened up going to Hunters Point. I am headind up the 17th for a LONG weekend. Like I said I usually hit the North side mud flats and do great each and every year, but I am going to a spot I know nothing about, any pointers for around Isle? We are staying in Cabin #2 if anyone is around stop in and have a brew.

I was a bit PEo'd at first but I guess she is worth it. Oh yeah by the way yesterday was my 32nd B-Day and it was the best one I have ever had being with my daughter....

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AAaawwww! She's a cutie. Sorry no info for you in the isle bay area but did have to comment on the cute picture, thanks for sharing.

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hunters point is only about 3 or 4 miles south of fishers resort. isle is about 8 miles south of hunters point resort. you will not be as far away from your usual spots as you think. there should be no reason to make the run all the down to the south end to catch fish. i will be running a small tournament out of hunters point resort on the 14th and 15th. this will be the 5th year with hunters point being the host resort for our little tournament, somehow we keep getting invited back. fishing should be good anywhere on the lake when you are going to be here............................tom fellegy

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Thanks Tom I thought I was further South while staying at Hunters...

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