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Melgeorges resort on Elephant Lake

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Well, for anyone looking for a nice getaway from all the hustle and bustle of the every day grind, take a good look at Melgeorges resort on Elephant lake.

The cabins seem very nice with some rustic log cabins. All the convieneces of home included. Just bring your food and drink or maybe relax a bit more and go to the lodge overlooing the lake and enjoy a meal.

As far as the fishing in Elephant, we fished for crappies and I can say this, some very nice crappies running near that 15" mark with many perch, walleye and all some of those hard fighting smallmouth.

Check out Melgeorges for a fun getaway with the family or friends.

http://www.melgeorges.com/

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All I can say is that the cabins are very nice in a private natural setting with a gorgeous view of lightly developed Elephant Lake. Not only was the fishing very good but it's also great for those folks wanting to hike, snowmobile or observe nature.

We found loads of respectable crappies, walleyes and jumbo perch. It's definitely a great location for those who looking to get away from it all and relax.

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Talk about a slice of heaven 10 miles down a scenic drive off of a main highway. Secluded, gorgeous, well kept, comfortable, and lets sneak in some great fishing.... Try to beat it, might be tough. If you don't want the crazy hustle and bustle of a lake with multiple resorts, if you want a cabin with wonderful settings, if you want to get away from your busy life and just relax, plus get some great fishing with great fish like we found. Elephant Lake and Melgeorges Resort are first class and a perfect get away.

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If you want to fish, snowmobile, hike, or just get away for the weekend this is the place to go.

The cabins have all the comforts of home with a real nice rustic feel to them. Secluded from the hustle and bustle of every day life on a lake that, as stated before, has some very respectable crappie fishing. I spent a weekend there and didn't want to leave.

If you're looking for a place to get away, catch some real nice crappies, and just plain relax, Melgeorges is the place to go.

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