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wutamess

I'm planning on a trip to the Red in North Dakota or MN (closer to canada border).
Catfish Haven is wanting to charge $40 a head/ night which is WAY too much for a fishing trip for a family of 6-8.

Is there another location or resort that is more reasonable and provides cabin style accomodations for 6-8 people?

Also... I've heard water levels are high and possibly at flood stage... is this true?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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scotty B

If you can get a place for 40 bucks a head i would take it i have never heard of a place that cheap.

[This message has been edited by scotty B (edited 05-22-2004).]

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Wiskers

Yep that is a good rate. The water is a bit high but the cats are eating good.

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wutamess

I dont think you guys are following me here:
$40 per person, per night, no matter what age.
There would only be 4 addults and 2 kids and 1 infant.

They are wanting $40 for the kids and infants also.

That's almost $300 per night.
Which is outrageous.

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ibwhnt

Thats very high in my book. I just called the Holiday in Grand Forks and got a rate of 50 to 55 per night for a room for four. Now maybe its cheap because they don't have their pool working until Sept. But if you up for fishing who cares. From 40 per head and $320.00 toptal per night in a cabin to$50.00 per night for four. I would have no problem driving for that much savings. Just my thought. Good luck and let us know what you plan on doing and how your trip went.

River was high and is going down very nive. It is back in side its banks and is in fishing condition.

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