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Fish Winnie - Stay 3 nights get the 4th FREE!

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Fish Winnie!! One of Minnesota's top fishing lakes and stay at High Banks Resort!! We offer comfy cabins and a brand new campground!! Childrens programs, family activities - something for everyone!! Book a new reservation for 3 nights and get the 4th night free!! Call us at 800-365-2560 or check out our HSOforum at www.highbanks.com for further details and availability!! We would love to host your summer vacation!!

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Last year, my family and Mike Walerak's spent our vacations at Highbanks on Winnie. The kids had a great time, the fishing was good, and the atmosphere was phenomenal. We stayed in a CCC-era log-cabin right on the lake, so slipping out for a morning of fishing was easy as can be.

I was at Upper Red earlier this summer, and cringed when I went past Winnie without fishing. The fish have been "on" from the folks I talked to, and my prediction is that with cooler water temps and the effects of a lingering spring, the walleye bite will stay better even longer than it normally does into the mid-summer.

Here are some photos from last year, and thanks again Highbanks, we'll be back soon!

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