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Jitterbug

Dickies Portside Rentals

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For those who have rented from Dickies this year I'm looking for some info. How far out are the rental houses? Are they on or near some structure? I hope the houses are not still in the bay, me and my buddies have next weekend booked for rentals out of Dickies. Any info or your thoughts?

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If you rent out of Dickies it is the way to go. Dickies has some rentals out 2 miles or so by Hennipen that is where my perm. is! The ice out there is about 15" or so last i heard. Dickies has basically moved alot of his rentals out towards hennipen on the 10 ft. water area witha few still up in the shallow areas. Hope this helps!

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Just got back from Dickies this weekend. We were in rental #3 and did'nt have any luck. They have a lot of the rentals in shallow, although they may have more further out. I suggest you call and ask what rental number you will be in and they have a map which shows where exactly the rental is. A lot were within 1/2 mile only out to road "B" and action was non-existent this weekend in that area. Hope this helps

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