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Resort for walleye fishing in July

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does anyone know a resort to stay at in the Rapids to Cass area that would have decent walley fishing in mid July?

It also needs to rent cabins by the weekend since I can't take a week off. any help would be great,

Thanks,

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NorthStar Lake..Cedar Point Resort

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We can offer our services at www. the name on the post plus lodge then .com for the following. This is remaining availability for july.

In Sat June 30 at 3pm, out anytime before 9am Sat July 7th

or

In Sat July 14th at 3pm, out Mon July 16th by 11am

or

In Thurs July 19th at noon, out Sat July 21st by 9am.

If any of these dates/times would work for you please call us for details or reservations.

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Try Gus' Place on Ball Club. It's just west of Deer River and less than 10 miles from Winni. Ball Club is a very overlooked lake in the area, the walleye fishing is much better than most people think. You will also find the prices to be very reasonable, a lot of people will stay at Gus' and trailer there boats to Winni. The cabins are clean and comfortable, and this year they have air conditioning I think in all the cabins.

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