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Cliff Wagenbach

I heard that there is some traffic in that direction.

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Cliff Wagenbach

Good luck!

Give us a report!

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Wheres_Walter

As long as we're talking about trout lake, can someone suggest a boat rental location for a summer trip into TL?  Would need 3 fishing boats for a 4 day trip in early june.  Thanks.

 

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Cliff Wagenbach

Try Shamrock Marina or Gruben's Marina. Both are fairly close to the Trout Lake Portage.

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VermilionGold

Birch point marine in Daisy also has had 25hp tillers for rent.  Believe it is under new ownership as of last fall.  Said they plan to offer the same services as the previous owners, so I would assume they will still have boat rentals.

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Wheres_Walter

Thanks.  I've emailed Randy.  On their webpage, Moccassin Point Marine advertises 25HP fishing boats specifically for TL.  Are they even in business anymore?   I rarely go through that channel....

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delcecchi

That's not the outfit that sold out to the DNR back a few years is it?   I never go through that way....:)

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Wheres_Walter

VG- Thanks for the tip on Birch Point Marine.  I found 2 of the 3 boats I need there.  

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Murdock2686

Greetings. Getting back on track. How is the travel to Trout lake with this big thaw the state is experiencing? Vehicle travel permitted? I would imagine there's a sloppy mess on the lake.

 

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Wheres_Walter

If anyone is interested, here are the resorts I found that have 25 HP fishing boats for rent.

Grubens

Timbuktu

Moccasin Point

Birch Point

 

Other resorts may have them, but I found what I needed after calling a handful.  A few more that advertise 25 HP fishing boats on their web pages


Everett Bay Lodge

Retreat Lodge

Ludlows

 

And pretty much everyone has fishing boats for rent, but have more than 25 HP on their fleet.

 

Rates for the 25 HP boats range from $65/day to $100/day, mostly based on the quality/age/amenities on the boat.

 

Matt


 

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