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does anyone know of any fairly priced sleepers. the lowest i found was 60$ for 24 hours which is pretty good

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acesinthehole

Where was that at?

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spreadhead

reel adventures out of warroad thats what it was last year. we are going there next weekend.

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Watts

We are heading up to Adrian's next weekend, $60/person/day as well. Not a bad price. Has anyone got a sleeper through Adrian's? I'm curious to find out how they compare to the sleepers on Mille Lacs, other than I'm hoping we at least catch fish!

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rcatcherman

No price comparison to Lake of the woods and Millacs. I go to the woods. More gas and time but more fish and a lot less cost.

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bloc004

I have stayed at Freds beds and they are pretty cheap, and we did well last year.

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grandpajon

Has anyone stayed in a sleeper at RiverBend? Was wondering how the setup was for the house?

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SalmonJedi

grandpajon - Just was in a Riverbend sleeper last weekend with 4 guys for the third time. Make sure you ask for one of their newer 5 man sleepers. Pretty nice layout IMO. bunks in L shape on one end of the 10x20 foot house, heater on the other end. 4 holes along with "kitchen" on one side, 6 holes and the door and crapper on the other side. If only sleeping 4 you essentially have all the room under the bunks for storage which works great. The inside crapper is a waste of space unless you can go #2 while standing up (its too small). I usually bring an outside pop-up crapper which works just fine.

I posted these pics awhile back... should help you get the picture.

http://www.hotspotoutdoors.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/1643429/Re_River_Bend_Resort#Post1643429

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grandpajon

Thanks for the info SalmonJedi

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Watts

Great pictures SalmonJedi! I am curious how the sleeper out of Adrian's will compare?? Has anyone stayed in one? Also, I lied earlier, we are paying $80/day/person, still not bad as long as we catch a couple and the beer stays cold!

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