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Marshall1117

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Marshall1117

Wanted to check to see if anyone has been out of the Red Door this past week. How is the fishing, and has anyone ever rented any of there house's. We are going up tomorrow night for the weekend. This will be our first year going out of there rentals. Have been going out of Brandts for past 7 years. Any info would be great.

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kunk

We went out of Red Door last weekend. We were on the first break. Nothing Fri night. 2 walleyes and 2 perch from 5am to 1pm Sat. One more walleye Sat night at 9. Decent house. We'd like to go again in a week or two, but would like to be out on the flats.

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chubs17

never been there is there a chance they will go out to the flats? looking to go 3rd week in feb.

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kunk

There were lots of houses on the flats when we were up last weekend. We plan on asking if we can have a house on the flats if we go again. Will let you know.

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Eric

Just got back from Red Door. Fished the flats. There were 21 of us and we got 5 walleyes and a half dozen perch. People are pretty much driving every where.

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