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fishentime

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Hi guys, Looking to take my wife and four kids to Ontario this summer, and would like to find a very productive lake. Will be taking my own boat so would probably go with a driveto resort but would consider a boatin if not to far out or pricey. main target would be northern pike. Muskies and lake trout would be a bonus for me. Would like to stay in the price range of maybe 1000 to 1500 for the week.

Again not looking for size but would like to have the children have a chance to catch many fish. any suggestions on camps? Will cross the boarder at international falls or pigeon river.

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if you want to get into some smallmouth bass and walleye as well i know a place thats a little bit north of Aticokan Ontario. The owner is a great guy and i could send you their HSOforum if you would like it.

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We have a boat in outpost cabin on Pipestone Lake that would fit the bill. Prices are reasonable and in the range you mentioned. Pipestone has some real good fishing for northern, smallmouth, lake trout, muskie, and walleye. The walleye fishing is more difficult as it is a clear trout water lake, but still produces some decent numbers and size if you put in your time. The other species are more abundant and easier to catch. Take a look at our HSOforum and if you have any qyuestions, let me know.

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Hey Fishentime,

Welcome to FishingMinnesota, I think you will find tons of info on this HSOforum to not only help you find places to go, but to also put more fish in your boat.

I own 2 boat in fishing resorts and a boat in outpost in ontario, either option would be great for your family. We have excellent Lake Trout, Muskie, Northern Pike, and Smallmouth Bass.

We are currently building a new HSOforum, but you can view the old one at www.campmanitoufishing.com

If you have any questions, just e-mail me at campmanitou@hotmail.com or you can call me at 218-244-7019

Merry Christmas

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