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Paul Waldowski

Fishing Opener - Tired of sitting in traffic trying to escape the Cities? Looking for a shorter drive and less congestion?  We have you covered...  Enjoy your opener with us and have a hassle free weekend.

 

When you book 2 nights lodging in any cabin you will receive:

Free launch access, boat dockage and dock electric

Access to indoor pool and hot tub

Friday

6pm Welcome BBQ on Friday night- Brats, Hotdogs, Chips, Captain Ken’s Baked Beans, Pasta salad & Lemonade

7:00 pm Fishing Lake Koronis Seminar by Capt. Josh Hagemeister of Minnesota Guide Service

8:30pm Fishing LIES….I mean stories and smores around the campfire

Saturday

6am- 8am Continental breakfast in main lobby – Fruit-bread-pastries -cereal – Milk, juices-coffee

3pm – 5pm Mom’s Break Time– Bugbee hive staff will have activities and movie time with the children.

Sunday

7am – 9am Mother’s day breakfast – Omelet station, Scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, Sausage links, Bacon, fruit, assorted bread, pastries, Milk, Juice and coffee

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