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Fall North Star Classic Fishing Tournament…Game On

posted on 10/01/2009
Good morning to all!

Welcome to another edition of the Wigwam Fisherman’s Blog. Well the fish officially have lock jaw…this cold front has slowed down the bite and awesome fishing we were having the past month, but this will only be a small little bump in the road. This weekend the Wigwam Resort will be welcoming all the participants for the Fall North Star Classic Walleye Tournament to Lake of the Woods. A majority of the participants are present and accounted for, and they are currently pre-fishing. I just wanted to wish all the contestants the best of luck and STAY WARM…it will be a little chilly this weekend.



I have been hearing some positive news about the bite this morning. The word on the street is “Pine Island” on the southwest side in about 18 to 14 feet of water. One of our guests just got in off the lake and is all smiles from ear to ear…he was able to get on the Walleyes. He said that they caught a number of Walleyes between 23 & 29 inches…NICE! I’m glad to hear that after the cold front has moved in that people are still able to get on the fish…go get those Walleyes guys and gals!

Just a couple announcements…this weekend October 2nd & 3rd will be the Fall North Star Walleye Classic Fishing Tournament…Poor Boys will again be blessing us with their presence on those respected Friday and Saturday nights. Finally, for every Vikings game this season, we will have a “Kill the Keg” special, specials on our bar dining menu, and prizes to give away. This will make for some pretty crazy Sunday afternoon/nights and Monday nights…LETS GO VIKINGS!!!!

I will bring this up every day until we are there, but just a reminder to all of you that want to stay with us this winter during ice fishing season…we are starting to fill up. If you want your places reserved at the Wigwam Resort, book now, or forever hold your peace. We are looking forward to a record breaking ice fishing season, for the amount of fish that will be caught on Lake of the Woods, don’t miss out on all the fun. Remember, every night during the winter is like a Saturday night. Be apart of all the excitement, only at the World Famous Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



Daily Fishing Report: Today will be mostly cloudy and windy, high 58F with winds SE at 20 to 30 mph. Tonight we will have considerable cloudiness, low 38F with winds E at 10 to 20 mph. Tomorrow we should see intervals of clouds and sunshine, high 51F with winds ENE at 10 to 20 mph. Tomorrow night again should be considerable cloudiness, low 38F with winds NE at 5 to 10 mph. Saturday we should see some showers, highs in the low 50s and lows in the upper 30s. Today’s fishing report will come from me and our guides (Tom Briggs, Billy “The Sniper” Kloos and Kevin Olmstead. The fishing has been turned down a notch with this cold front that we have had move in the past few days, but I just got some great news this morning. One of our guests has found some nice Walleyes on the southwest side of Pine Island in 17 to 18 feet of water, directly west of the “Big Pine”. The best method of catching those big buggers right now is anchoring and jigging. When jigging you will want to be using a 3/8 or ½ oz. jig and orange, chartreuse and white with frozen shiners have been the golden ticket! Lighthouse Gap and Morris Gap are also places to keep on your radar…the Shiners are being caught in the river, so they’re here and the Walleyes should be also be there. I think we may just have to let this cold front take it’s course and the fishing should be rocking again in no time. As soon as the wind dissipates a little bit, I will be trying North Graceton Reef…I think that with this cold weather the fish will be moving out of the deep water looking for a little bit warmer water and rocks to feed. As I always say though, when fishing the rocks, be ready to donate some tackle…risk and reward! Again this morning there were more and more boats fishing right out in front of the Wigwam Resort also (about 20 total)…what this means is that the Shiners have started their annual run into the Rainy River…we all know what that means…BIG WALLEYES ARE ON THE WAY! I have been talking to local fisherman that catch their own Shiners and they are out every night getting them…game on! The Shiner run will last till the middle of November, so if you don’t want to travel far and you want to catch some big fish, book today at the Wigwam Resort and experience some of the “BEST FISHING IN THE WORLD”! All this great fishing will take place right in front of the World Famous Wigwam Resort, in Four Mile Bay and at the mouth of the Rainy River! Don’t miss out on this great fishing that we’re having on Lake of the Woods…come visit us today at the Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



Happy Fishing to all, and to all a good day!

Wigwam Fisherman aka Jean-Paul Tessier
Wigwam Resort
www.wigwamresortlow.com




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As September Ends, Fall Officially Begins on Lake of the Woods

posted on 09/30/2009
Good morning to all!

Welcome to another edition of the Wigwam Fisherman’s Blog. I hope that everyone had better weather than we did the past few days. I have said this a million times to others and now the past few days that’s the same thing that was delivered in my direction…”you should have been here yesterday”…haha. I hate to laugh at that because it is so true. I know that we can’t control the weather and the past few days I was the tourist on vacation hoping for the good weather and having to deal with sub-par conditions…it happens to us too. Well we did what we had to, wherever we were able to get out of the wind we fished and dealt with the conditions to the best of our ability and tried to stay positive and have as much fun as humanly possible…I am forever an optimist!



For my two days off I went back to my roots, back to where I learned how to fish with my Father and Grandfather…Rainy Lake. It was the first time I had been back to fish Rainy in over 17 years…that’s right 17 years! When you have Lake of the Woods in your back yard it’s tough to want to even go anywhere else. I was able to take two friends with me on this little excursion, Jake “of the Woods” Magness and Doug “The Surgeon” Hagen. I can truly say that we are very spoiled on Lake of the Woods and I wouldn’t have it any other way. In a two day period with very high winds and cold temperatures the fish got “lock jaw” and wouldn’t bite, well we did catch some fish, but we had to really work at it. We were marking a number of fish, but couldn’t get a majority of them to take the bait, and we threw everything at them but the kitchen sink…we jigged, trolled with spinners and pulled Rapalas…a cold front is nasty no matter where you fish. Despite the conditions, we had a blast and I can’t wait till our next excursion, I think the next one will be on Lake of the Woods though…that way I will have no excuse…haha.



Just a couple announcements…this weekend October 2nd & 3rd will be the Fall North Star Walleye Classic Fishing Tournament…Poor Boys will again be blessing us with their presence on those respected Friday and Saturday nights. Finally, for every Vikings game this season, we will have a “Kill the Keg” special, specials on our bar dining menu, and prizes to give away. This will make for some pretty crazy Sunday afternoon/nights and Monday nights…LETS GO VIKINGS!!!!

I will bring this up every day until we are there, but just a reminder to all of you that want to stay with us this winter during ice fishing season…we are starting to fill up. If you want your places reserved at the Wigwam Resort, book now, or forever hold your peace. We are looking forward to a record breaking ice fishing season, for the amount of fish that will be caught on Lake of the Woods, don’t miss out on all the fun. Remember, every night during the winter is like a Saturday night. Be apart of all the excitement, only at the World Famous Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



Daily Fishing Report: Today will be sunny, high around 60F with winds SE at 15 to 25 mph. Tonight we should have a few passing clouds, low 39F with winds ESE at 10 to 15 mph. Tomorrow we should have sunshine and clouds mixed high 59F with winds ESE at 15 to 25 mph. Tomorrow night should be mostly cloudy skies, low 37F with winds E at 15 to 25 mph. Friday should be partly cloudy, highs in the mid 50s and lows in the upper 30s. Today’s fishing report will come from me and our guides (Tom Briggs, Billy “The Sniper” Kloos and Kevin Olmstead. The fishing has still been “top shelf” (for all my hockey buddies), even with this cold front that we have had move in the past few days, and we don’t anticipate that to slow in the least bit as we move into October. A few days ago I went to the Nine Footer and fished on the edges of the reef in 30-34 feet of water and got into them…I was using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and long lining Rapalas (Chartreuse/Silver/Red aka “the clown”) and having great success. I also went right to 28 feet of water right outside Lighthouse Gap and pulled Burnt Orange/Red Rapalas and hammered the Walleyes. I have also been fishing North Graceton Reef and all I have to say is…what a fishing honey hole…the fish are thick around the reef in 16 to 18 feet of water around the rocks. I was using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and trolling across the top of the reef. As I always say though, when fishing the rocks, be ready to donate some tackle…risk and reward! Again this morning there were more and more boats fishing right out in front of the Wigwam Resort also (about 20 total)…what this means is that the Shiners have started their annual run into the Rainy River…we all know what that means…BIG WALLEYES ARE ON THE WAY! I have been talking to local fisherman that catch their own Shiners and they are out every night getting them…game on! The Shiner run will last till the middle of November, so if you don’t want to travel far and you want to catch some big fish, book today at the Wigwam Resort and experience some of the “BEST FISHING IN THE WORLD”! All this great fishing will take place right in front of the World Famous Wigwam Resort, in Four Mile Bay and at the mouth of the Rainy River! Don’t miss out on this great fishing that we’re having on Lake of the Woods…come visit us today at the Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



Happy Fishing to all, and to all a good day!

Wigwam Fisherman aka Jean-Paul Tessier
Wigwam Resort
www.wigwamresortlow.com




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I Think Fall Might Be Right Around the Corner

posted on 09/26/2009
Good morning to all!

Welcome to another edition of the Wigwam Fisherman’s Blog. Well I think the awesome weather we have been having has run its course and we are in store for some great northern Minnesota fall weather. I am going to take full advantage of this colder weather Monday and Tuesday and try to do some Musky fishing. So what this means is the Wigwam Fisherman will be back with the blog on Wednesday, hopefully with some nice pictures…wish me luck!



The fishing has still been top shelf…just yesterday I was able to go fishing with two guests and Jake “of the Woods” Magness for a few hours in the afternoon and we caught 12 fish and kept 6. A couple of the Walleyes were in the slot (22” & 23”) and had to be deposited right back into Lake of the Woods, a couple more were to small to keep, but the 6 that we kept were all from 17 ½” to 19”…nice fish. That wasn’t too bad for 3 hours in the afternoon if I might say so myself. We were fishing the Nine Footer about 12 miles north of Lighthouse Gap. We were using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and pulled some Rapalas (Chartreuse/Silver/Red aka “the clown”)…both were equally effective. We saw our best success at 30 to 32 feet of water. I had sent some of our guests out there also and they had great success…they were anchored and jigging in 34 feet of water, using crawlers as bait…what a fishery!



Just a couple announcements…October 2nd & 3rd will be the Fall North Star Walleye Classic Fishing Tournament…Poor Boys will again be blessing us with their presence on those respected Friday and Saturday nights. Finally, for every Vikings game this season, we will have a “Kill the Keg” special, specials on our bar dining menu, and prizes to give away. This will make for some pretty crazy Sunday afternoon/nights and Monday nights…LETS GO VIKINGS!!!!

I will bring this up every day until we are there, but just a reminder to all of you that want to stay with us this winter during ice fishing season…we are starting to fill up. If you want your places reserved at the Wigwam Resort, book now, or forever hold your peace. We are looking forward to a record breaking ice fishing season, for the amount of fish that will be caught on Lake of the Woods, don’t miss out on all the fun. Remember, every night during the winter is like a Saturday night. Be apart of all the excitement, only at the World Famous Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!

Daily Fishing Report: Today we will have sun and clouds mixed high 76F with winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Tonight it will be cloudy with a few showers, low 51F with winds SW at 10 to 15 mph…there will be a 30% chance of rain. Tomorrow we should see rain showers along with windy conditions, high 58F with winds WNW at 20 to 30 mph…there will be a 50% chance of rain. Tomorrow night will be windy with rain showers, low 43F with winds NW at 20 to 30 mph…there will be a 60% chance of rain. Because I will be gone for a few days here is an extended forecast. Monday should be windy with showers, highs in the low 50s and lows in the low 30s. Tuesday should be mainly sunny, highs in the mid 50s and lows in the mid 30s. Wednesday we should have a mix of sun and clouds, highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 40s. Today’s fishing report will come from me and our guides (Tom Briggs, Billy “The Sniper” Kloos and Kevin Olmstead). Tom, Billy and Kevin have been staying a tad bit closer these days…with the warm weather we’ve been having, the fish have been hanging out around the rocks and deep mud. They have had great success trolling with hammered gold and silver spinners with crawlers and also downrigging. When downrigging they have been using trusty Rapala baits (Chartreuse/Silver/Red have been the “golden ticket”) and when they are jigging they are using White/Gold, White/Purple and Orange/Gold jigs with frozen Shiners as bait. The fishing has still been “top shelf” (for all my hockey buddies) and we don’t anticipate that to slow in the least bit as we move into the middle of September. Yesterday I went to the Nine Footer and fished on the edges of the reef in 30-34 feet of water and got into them…I was using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and long lining Rapalas (Chartreuse/Silver/Red aka “the clown”) and having great success. Two days ago I went right to 28 feet of water right outside Lighthouse Gap and pulled Burnt Orange/Red Rapalas and hammered the Walleyes between 1 PM and 4 PM. I then went to North Graceton Reef from 5 PM to 7 PM and all I have to say is…what a fishing honey hole…the fish are thick around the reef in 16 to 18 feet of water around the rocks. I was using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and trolling across the top of the reef. As I always say though, when fishing the rocks, be ready to donate some tackle…risk and reward! Again this morning there were more and more boats fishing right out in front of the Wigwam Resort also…what this means is that the Shiners have started their annual run into the Rainy River…we all know what that means…BIG WALLEYES ARE ON THE WAY! The Shiner run will last till the middle of November, so if you don’t want to travel far and you want to catch some big fish, book today at the Wigwam Resort and experience some of the “BEST FISHING IN THE WORLD”! All this great fishing will take place right in front of the World Famous Wigwam Resort, in Four Mile Bay and at the mouth of the Rainy River! Don’t miss out on this great fishing that we’re having on Lake of the Woods…come visit us today at the Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



I hope that everyone has a great weekend and a great start to next week while I’m enjoying a few days of fishing up north chasing the elusive Musky! I will be back with all of you on Wednesday to fill you in on my exciting fishing excursion on Lake of the Woods.

Happy Fishing to all, and to all a good day!

Wigwam Fisherman aka Jean-Paul Tessier
Wigwam Resort
www.wigwamresortlow.com




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The Awesome Weather Continues on Lake of the Woods

posted on 09/24/2009
Good morning to all!

Welcome to another edition of the Wigwam Fisherman’s Blog. I am loving the weather were having up here these days…I know that it won’t last forever, but it’s been a blessing to us and our entire community…keep it coming! I have been fielding a number of phone calls asking about the Shiner run into the river this week…for everyone that is waiting for the Shiners to run, the time has come…they are currently running! I have the inside scoop from some of the locals that net them and they are just starting to get thick. Yesterday when I was out on the lake I saw a number of Shiners jumping out of the water…they were like flying fish…I like to see that, because that just means they are active and moving…bring it on baby, bring it on!



Just a couple announcements…October 2nd & 3rd will be the Fall North Star Walleye Classic Fishing Tournament…Poor Boys will again be blessing us with their presence on those respected Friday and Saturday nights. Finally, for every Vikings game this season, we will have a “Kill the Keg” special, specials on our bar dining menu, and prizes to give away. This will make for some pretty crazy Sunday afternoon/nights and Monday nights…LETS GO VIKINGS!!!!



I will bring this up every day until we are there, but just a reminder to all of you that want to stay with us this winter during ice fishing season…we are starting to fill up. If you want your places reserved at the Wigwam Resort, book now, or forever hold your peace. We are looking forward to a record breaking ice fishing season, for the amount of fish that will be caught on Lake of the Woods, don’t miss out on all the fun. Remember, every night during the winter is like a Saturday night. Be apart of all the excitement, only at the World Famous Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



Daily Fishing Report: Today will be very sunny, high 76F with winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph. Tonight will be mostly clear, low near 50F with winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow will be generally sunny despite a few afternoon clouds, high 77F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow night we should see mostly cloudy skies, low 54F with winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Today’s fishing report will come from me and our guides (Tom Briggs, Billy “The Sniper” Kloos and Kevin Olmstead). Tom, Billy and Kevin have been staying a tad bit closer these days…with the warm weather we’ve been having, the fish have been hanging out around the rocks and deep mud. They have had great success trolling with hammered gold and silver spinners with crawlers and also downrigging. When downrigging they have been using trusty Rapala baits (Purple/White/Silver have been the “golden ticket”) and when they are jigging they are using White/Gold, White/Purple and Orange/Gold jigs with frozen Shiners as bait. The fishing has still been “top shelf” (for all my hockey buddies) and we don’t anticipate that to slow in the least bit as we move into the middle of September. Yesterday I went right to 28 feet of water right outside Lighthouse Gap and pulled Burnt Orange/Red Rapalas and hammered the Walleyes between 1 PM and 4 PM. I then went to North Graceton Reef from 5 PM to 7 PM and all I have to say is…what a fishing honey hole…the fish are thick around the reef in 16 to 18 feet of water around the rocks. I was using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and trolling across the top of the reef. As I always say though, when fishing the rocks, be ready to donate some tackle…risk and reward! Again this morning there were more and more boats fishing right out in front of the Wigwam Resort also…what this means is that the Shiners have started their annual run into the Rainy River…we all know what that means…BIG WALLEYES ARE ON THE WAY! The Shiner run will last till the middle of November, so if you don’t want to travel far and you want to catch some big fish, book today at the Wigwam Resort and experience some of the “BEST FISHING IN THE WORLD”! All this great fishing will take place right in front of the World Famous Wigwam Resort, in Four Mile Bay and at the mouth of the Rainy River! Don’t miss out on this great fishing that we’re having on Lake of the Woods…come visit us today at the Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



My shout out today will go to two gentlemen that I had the opportunity to take fishing yesterday, Paul and Daryl from Pequot Lakes, MN. We had some fun catching some nice looking Walleyes for the short while that we were out. In a 3 hour period, we were able to catch 5 Walleyes over 19” and put them in the box…what a fishery! I hope that you guys had a blast…I did! I know that you guys are fishing with Billy “The Sniper” Kloos today and I wanted to wish you the best of luck…not like you’re going to need it…Billy puts you on the fish each and every day. I thank you each for choosing the Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods for your vacation this fall and we all look forward to seeing you guys back in the very near future…thanks again!



Happy Fishing to all, and to all a good day!

Wigwam Fisherman aka Jean-Paul Tessier
Wigwam Resort
www.wigwamresortlow.com




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Will the Last Day of Early Goose Finally Bring us Fall on Lake of the Woods?

posted on 09/22/2009
Good morning to all!

Welcome to another edition of the Wigwam Fisherman’s Blog. Today was the last day for early Goose season and the final group to take advantage of the Wigwam Resort’s great service was the Todd Bender Group from Excelsior, MN. They were able to get into the Geese this morning and left the Wigwam all smiles…proof in picture. I hope that all your expectations were exceeded while hunting and staying with us at the Wigwam Resort on beautiful Lake of the Woods…I hope to see you all back very shortly for Ice Fishing!



A SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS to Tom Briggs (owner of the Wigwam) and Rick Amundson (Tom’s fishing partner and friend) for winning the MTT Championship this past Thursday and Friday on Lake of the Woods. The first place prize was a brand new Skeeter boat with a 150 Yamaha (MSRP $35,000.00) and plenty of hardware…NICE!!!!



As we slowly, slowly move into the next season here at the Wigwam Resort, the fishing has yet to sputter. We are still experiencing some of the best fishing in world here on Lake of the Woods and I don’t anticipate that to end for years to come. As we move further into fall the Walleyes move closer and closer to Four Mile Bay (right in front of the Wigwam Resort) and Rainy River to gorge themselves on shiners before they are covered with ice for 5 months…the fish are just putting on their winter gear, just like us. As of this morning I was able to see a total of 10-12 boats fishing out by the green marker in Four Mile Bay…I will try and gather some info on how they are doing and I just might try it tomorrow for myself…what the heck.

Yesterday I had the pleasure of taking Nikki Kloos (Wigwam Employee) and Noah Johnson (her boyfriend) fishing. We were able to catch a number of different species in the same place (North Graceton Reef)…Perch, Small Mouth Bass, Walleye and Sauger. The diversity of fish in Lake of the Woods is truly remarkable and it puts me in an “awe” state some times…what an unbelievable fishery! I just wanted to thank them for being such great fishing partners…I really enjoyed the time on the lake.

I can’t believe that we are already over half way done with September…we are still experiencing summer like conditions with highs in the 80’s and lows in the 50’s…am I still in Northern Minnesota? The farmers are enjoying it and I’m very happy that they are getting it…they need it. This past weekend was the opener of Grouse hunting season here in Northern Minnesota and we didn’t have our typical weather, but I’m sure it we be upon us before we know it. I can’t wait for our first frost so the leaves start to change and drop so my favorite hunting bird (Grouse) will be a little less elusive and I will be able to start having some Grouse in cream of mushroom soup (just the Mom used to cook it…yum, yum).

Just a couple announcements…October 2nd & 3rd will be the Fall North Star Walleye Classic Fishing Tournament…Poor Boys will again be blessing us with their presence on those respected Friday and Saturday nights. Finally, for every Vikings game this season, we will have a “Kill the Keg” special, specials on our bar dining menu, and prizes to give away. This will make for some pretty crazy Sunday afternoon/nights and Monday nights…LETS GO VIKINGS!!!!



I will bring this up every day until we are there, but just a reminder to all of you that want to stay with us this winter during ice fishing season…we are starting to fill up. If you want your places reserved at the Wigwam Resort, book now, or forever hold your peace. We are looking forward to a record breaking ice fishing season, for the amount of fish that will be caught on Lake of the Woods, don’t miss out on all the fun. Remember, every night during the winter is like a Saturday night. Be apart of all the excitement, only at the World Famous Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!

Daily Fishing Report: Today we will have a mix of clouds and sun, high 67F with winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph. Tonight will be mostly clear, low 42F with winds light and variable. Tomorrow should be mainly sunny sky, high 74F with winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow night should be clear, low 47F with winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Today’s fishing report will come from our guides (Tom Briggs, Billy “The Sniper” Kloos and Kevin Olmstead). Tom, Billy and Kevin have been staying a tad bit closer these days…with the warm weather we’ve been having, the fish have been hanging out around the rocks and deep mud. They have had great success trolling with hammered gold and silver spinners with crawlers and also downrigging. When downrigging they have been using trusty Rapala baits (Purple/White/Silver have been the “golden ticket”) and when they are jigging they are using White/Gold, White/Purple and Orange/Gold jigs with frozen Shiners as bait. The fishing has still been “top shelf” (for all my hockey buddies) and we don’t anticipate that to slow in the least bit as we move into the middle of September. Yesterday I ended up going to North Graceton Reef again and all I have to say is…what a fishing spot. We were using hammered gold spinners with crawlers and drifting across the top of the reef. On the same reef we caught, Walleye, Sauger, Small Mouth Bass, and Perch…I love the diversity! Jake “of the Woods” Magness, Doug “The Surgeon” Hagen went out a few days ago and were fishing in 28 feet of water from Morris Point Gap all the way to Zipple Bay and having great success. Again this morning there were more and more boats fishing right out in front of the Wigwam Resort also…what this means is that the Shiners have started their annual run into the Rainy River…we all know what that means…BIG WALLEYES ARE ON THE WAY! The Shiner run will last till the middle of November, so if you don’t want to travel far and you want to catch some big fish, book today at the Wigwam Resort and experience some of the “BEST FISHING IN THE WORLD”! All this great fishing will take place right in front of the World Famous Wigwam Resort, in Four Mile Bay and at the mouth of the Rainy River! Don’t miss out on this great fishing that we’re having on Lake of the Woods…come visit us today at the Wigwam Resort on Lake of the Woods!



Happy Fishing to all, and to all a good day!

Wigwam Fisherman aka Jean-Paul Tessier
Wigwam Resort
www.wigwamresortlow.com




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