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mnvikingsfreak

The Best Resort On LOTW

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mnvikingsfreak

Can you tell me the best resorts on the lake of the woods?I'm going up there march 26-28 looking for just cabin+fish house no sleepers.I have heard good things about ballards what is the best resort in everyones opinon? any help would be great!

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Sandee

I can suggest to check the RESORT LOCATOR at the top of the page. These are sponsors of FishingMinnesota and you'll find lots of great people at these resorts!!<P> grin.gif<P>------------------<BR><A HREF="http://www.clementsonresort.com" TARGET=_blank>www.clementsonresort.com</A><BR>Fishing on the Rainy River<P>Fish tomorrow where you didn't catch fish today!<P>Rainy River Fishing Reports

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Gissert

If you are willing to take the extra time, drive up and visit Frank at the Bay Store on Oak Island, or Gary and Sheryl at NW Angle Resort.

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mnvikingsfreak

Im looking at a resort in baudette

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sweept

BayStore Camp on Oak Island is my favorite place to stay.

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little perch 1

I would give a try schusters.They got nice clean cabins.Real nice diner area,They food is real good too.Just my opion like you wanted.

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Ole1855

I've stayed at Borderview Lodge and they have very nice clean cabins, the bar/restarant is also very nice and the food is great, the people are friendly and the service is great.<P>Ole

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FISHFORLIFE

Angle Inn Lodge on Oak Island, A+++++ service

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Northlander

When in the Angle I go see Frank Walsh at Baystore. He runs a great outfit. Plus he is a real character. Good character.<BR>In the Pine Island area I have stayed at several good places. Cant pick 1 over the other but all on the resort locator are good.<BR>On the river see Sandee at Clementson!<BR>When looking at sleepers go to Gibbons!<BR>My opinion based on my experiences.<P><p>[This message has been edited by Northlander (edited 03-14-2004).]

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bapperpimp

Try Arnesen's Rocky Point. They are about 30 minutes past Baudette but you get to fish the big reefs, 12 and 16 and Arnesen's reef, when you get there. Plus, they have the best food on the lake.

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Doc Madison

Been to a few in Baudette. Always end up coming back to Sportsman's. Great service, great food and great people.

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Scoot

Ballard's Resort!

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BDR

Lake of the Woods - Rainy River <BR>Clementson Resort - (218) 634-2257 <P>Schusters Resort - (800) 243-2412 <P>Walleye Retreat - (800) 726-9042 <P>Gibbin's Ice Fishing - (218) 634-2653 <P>Morris Point Resort - (218) 634-2570 <P>Wheelers Point Resort - (800) 542-2435 <P>

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mnvikingsfreak

Thanks for everyones feedback anyone hear anything about wheelers point resort?they have a special right now 160 for 2 days angling,cabin do they put you on the fish and etc?? thanks again everyone.<BR>

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