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We have booked a rental house at Twin Pines resort in January. It is a 12 X 24, has anyone stayed in one of their units? Are they good fish houses. Seemed like a really nice place on the phone. Any suggestions on what to bring along?

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waterwolff

Can't say much about the accommodations having never stayed there but they put out one heck of a breakfast

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Eastwind

Fishing 101,

I rented a sleeper from them five or six years ago. I asked them if they moved their houses regularly to stay on fish. They assured me that they always moved their houses regularly in order to stay on fish. The ice under our house was around 20" thick. The ice all around the area of the house was 3'. The banking around the house had a collection of urine stains that could only have been collected over several weeks. They must have put it on a great spot the first time because it had not been moved in a long time.I'm sure that it had nothing to do with their credibility. We did not catch jack sh--. Must have been our timing, eh? They might be good at breakfast but ......... I think that Flagship has a pretty good rental outfit. Maybe a guy would want to call them. Or anyone else

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      I got a good idea........maybe have a couple more beers and not worry so much about your neighbors. In fact invite them over for a dinner and a beer and discuss your issues...that's how my neighborhood settles issues.  Man to man...works out pretty good....
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