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Christopher Quast

Is there fishhouses allowed at ripley for a means of a camper?

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We were there 3 years ago and I cant remember is it tents only or what is the deal exactly? And is there electrical hookups available for a fee?

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Goldtip,

I've seen fishhouses up there but I don't think they have any hookups. It's really no different than the old pop up camper we use.

By the way, how do you know Dan Lansing?

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You can search the DNR HSOforum but I didn't see anything that said you couldn't bring a fish house to camp in. There are no hook-ups available....not that I have ever seen. Everyone brings a generator. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.

Cliffy

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Yes you can bring a fish house up there to sleep in. I have done it the last two years and they are all over the place. Bring a generator or batteries for power, there are no hookups. kooba.

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Goldtip,

I've seen fishhouses up there but I don't think they have any hookups. It's really no different than the old pop up camper we use.

By the way, how do you know Dan Lansing?

I know Dan from shooting with him and his boy Josh the last 3 years on the last 5 Wednesday nights prior to opener he works with a buddy of mine. And I also am related to Dave Mathwig and I know the Ingall's family from down there.

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