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help i need to rent a boat !!!!

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help, my wife and i were going up to mille lacs for the opener, and the guy i was renting a boat just called and said he needs to take the boat in, something is wrong with the motor.he's on the way to the shop now, help i need to rent a boat.

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Contact Paul Waldowski at Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort. We might still have a boat available to rent. I am not sure though. www.sunsetbayml.com

Fish On!!!

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This is a long shot, but Gander Mtn in Brainerd rents boats. I think the Forest Lake Gander Mtn does too. I don't know if you will be able to find one at this point. Those aren't great options, but that's all I got at this point. The "traditional" renters are most likely all rented out.

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Did you find a boat?

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no we did not find a boat,we had a good time anyway.

we, i should say my wife caught for slots off the dock.

thanks for the help guys.

this work out to be a blessing, she gave me the ok to buy a new boat. p.s i let her catch all the fish for this reason.

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All things happen for a reason. Glad you had a great trip anyways and with your new boat you can take the little lady out and show her the whole lake next time.

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