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charter boat fishing

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It is our 12th year anniversary on saturday and my wife wants to go fishing on lake of the woods. Can anyone recommend a good charter boat to try for the day?

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First off, where would you like to go. East side or west side. Sportsmans lodge has some great guided charters if you want to go to the east side. Request Kit B. for a captain if he's not booked. I think there is some on the west end to out of warroad besides springsteel if thats what you want too. I would suggest go East myself. But pretty much any resort has charters if you choose to go that way. Have fun and make a great day of it. laugh.gif

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There is a reel good charter operation in Warroad.You can't miss it driving north towards the lake. (Right side)

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I will have too find out if that charter has any openings for this weekend?

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Hey wellsup. I have a freind who runs a 27' ter very resonable. Brians Launch Sevice Warroad, MN. Boar

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