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Scotteye

Any experience with this "Walleye Retreat" resort? We are planning a trip in January, and really want some to get into some fish & still have a decent cabin. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!!

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iffwalleyes

It is an alright place.

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curt quesnell

It has been interesting to see the place grow and improve.

They used to participate in this forum quite a bit, not

so much lately?????

Good lake people I think.

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Xplorer

My in-laws have stayed with them twice in the past 3 years and both times were very pleased with the service and accomodations. They did pretty well on the fish, enough for a couple meals and a few to bring home. And if i remember their rates were very reasonable.

In my limited experience on the south shore (have mainly fished out of the Angle in years past) I would strongly condsider bringing a portable for moving around during the day. We once hole-hopped from Long Point all the way to Starrens shoal south of Garden in a day, and it seemed that each time we stopped and popped new holes we'd pick up a handful of fish and then it would slow up. Move, drill, fish, move, drill, fish. Was a really fun day as was warm enough to fish off the sleds most the day.

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srj

Pete and Teri run a good fishing camp. The cabins are right on the water--make that ice--and it's a short hop out to the lake at the Morris Point gap. Pete moves his houses often and does a good job of staying on the fish. I think the cabins are booked up regularly for weekends but maybe the gas thing will have fewer people driving to LOW.

Good luck.

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