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bobberdown

I am bringing a group up in a few weeks to Mac's Twin Bay. Anybody have an experience there? They have been very helpful on the phone. One of the few places to get a house big enough for 7 guys. Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks

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harvey lee

First, Welcome to Fishing Minnesota and Hot Spot Outdooras. We do look forward to your future posts.

As far as the resort you speak of, I have only used them for open water fishing and they have been a pleasure to deal with. The eats are pretty good also.

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BradB

Best resort on the lake, IMHO.

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MIKE IN lINO III

I usually go out of there, real nice people.

Mike

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knotnstore

We rented their two largest houses for a stag party/fishing last Jan. By far the nicest houses I have ever rented. The bar/rest. had great food and entertainment. We are thinking of having an annual "Stag/Fishing Party" every Jan.

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bobberdown

Thanks for the welcome and the info. I will let you know how we did after our trip. The forum is nice to hear other experiences. Thanks!!

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bturck

The folks at Mac's do a great job, friendly and always willing to give you good service. As Brad B has mentioned in the past the food at the resturant is pretty darn good too. they'll point you in the right direction. Got an email a couple of days ago, and Kevin was going to be checking the ice out to the gravel. Headed up Friday morning we'll see what's going on. Bill

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jiggin_22

bobberdown, we store our perm house with Karen and Kevin; they're fantastic people and have always treated us right. They, like other resorts on the lake, are normally swamped on the weekends so we try to send karen questions during the week via email which seems to work well or call and Jim is normally holding down the phones and he's very helpful. Good luck fishing.

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