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KidWalleye

Fish house storage year round

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KidWalleye

I am getting a wheeled house and would like to know if anyone has opinions on any of the resorts. I would like to leave it at a resort that allows you to use it in the summer. Thanks alot, Kid

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KidWalleye

anybody store their house at fishermans warff? Thinking about going there. Kid

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18 inch Crappie

A good place to go out of. With all the reefs out of Big point there are many great spots that have roads to. And the food there is great....

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Ryan_V

the only issue you'll have with the wharf, is that the county over there doesn't allow you to stay in your fish house in the summer. there is some sort of ordinance. unless you pay for a lakeside site and use it as a camper/cabin. I don't think that the wharf will give you any problem, but the ordinance is there.

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bgmny

The wharf wouldn't be my choice either. The area they store the houses in is not ideal to year round use. You have to pay considerable more for storage to use year round. Plus the storage area is no where near the lake. I would pick out the spot you want to fish first, then scout around for some resorts.

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KidWalleye

Thanks for the info. I couldn't remember Big Point. I went out of there a couple of times last winter. I fished on 3 mile and did well early last year. Kid

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