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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 07:15 PM 05/27/12 (CST)
I live in the cities and that's where I do most of my fishing (at least within a hour's drive). The primary reason is that I'm single and am not rich. I'm not a native minnesotan and don't have a network of fishing friends that can go with me. Looking at resorts I find even small cabins to be priced for multiple occupancy. I would like, however, to be able to go "up north" at least once or twice a summer, but the only way I can see doing it is to find a reasonably priced motel in the area I want to go.

So, what I'm asking you is if you know of lakes where there is 1) a marina where I can safely park my boat overnight and 2) has motels close by. This would allow me to at least do an overnighter or even a three-dayer a couple of times a summer.

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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 10:29 AM 05/29/12 (CST)
Hey phil1-6. Welcome to MFP.com! I don't have any specific site to recommend, but if you're up for pitching a tent, there are lots of "resorts" on the water that allow you to tie up one of their docs. What I usually do is pick a lake and then Google nearby accommodations for it.

But I bet some other folks here can give you some specific places to look at too.




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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 03:07 PM 05/29/12 (CST)
I would also check the DNR site. There are many parks that have rustic cabins if tenting is not your thing. Check out the Savana state park near mcgregor. You could also take a look around the Rush City area on Rush lake. East Rush offers two resorts that have tenting available.



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 07:17 PM 05/29/12 (CST)
Thanks for the replies. I hadn't thought about tenting. However I need electricity. I have sleep apnea and need to drag my air compressor with me if going overnight. I'm not interested in doing another battery & converter on top of the two I have in the. boat.
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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 10:02 AM 05/30/12 (CST)
You can actually get electricity at a lot of the camp sites; especially the pones that are mostly trailer sites with a few "tent" spaces thrown in.




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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 06:14 PM 05/30/12 (CST)
Thanks again. I'll give it some thought.
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 02:22 AM 06/04/12 (CST)
worth reading thanks


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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 02:06 PM 06/04/12 (CST)
Hey phil1-6,

Welcome to My Fishing Pals. Glad to have you aboard!



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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 04:48 AM 08/23/12 (CST)
Just how far north were you thinking ?? I live and work in the brainerd lakes area and may have a place for you to stay...if your still looking
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