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bigyooper

We have a group of guys heading up on the 16th, does anyone have any comments on their ice houses? How about the people at the resort?

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Paul Waldowski

Nick,

I can't comment on there houses as I've never been in one. I can tell you that Bill and Linda are first class and so is there service. Ooopss can't forget about the restaurant. The food is really good too. I believe they will even deliver to there houses. Might want to check on that one though.

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eyecatcher

I stayed there last weekend and the houses are decent, they also have a designated crapper its nice hahaha, yes bill and linda are awsome and so is there food!, we had decent luck on the fish too so good luck to you

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braves57

Depends on the house you get.

We stayed a couple weeks ago in the 10x20 eight person. GREAT house, roomy, comfortable, clean. Definitly recommend.

However, I checked out the neighbors house (six person) and the bunks were stacked three high. They were packed in like sardines. The guys weren't too thrilled about the house.

Does that help?

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nofishfisherman

I was in a 6 person house earlier this winter. The three bunks on each end wall was a little tight and so was the table with 6 guys around it trying to play cards. One guy always had to sit right next to the heater so he would sweat and one guy always had to sit next to the door so he frozen whenever someone had to go use the bathroom.

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jumboperch

Every time I am at the lake that is where I head out from. Very nice and always points you in the right direction.

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gust35

Was there about three weeks ago. Stay in a 10 man shack plenty of room, the service is good but someone had stole the bells out of three of the rattlreel so we could only have four lines in the water at night. Plus our holes would freeze up at night. Not really their fault there was no snow to bank the house. Caught one 19" walleye the whole weekend.

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