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DEVIL'S LAKE INFO

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WOULD LIKE SOME INFO ON DEVIL'S LAKE FISHING,CAN ANYONE RECOMEND A RELLY NICE LODGE,ONE WITH A RESTURANT, BAR ECT.WE WILL ASLO NEED A GUIDE IF ANYONE COULD RECOMEND ONE, WERE THINKING ABOUT FLYING IN, ANY INFO ON THAT WOULD BE APPRECIATED,WERE THINKING OF THE END OF FEB,EARLY MARCH,I KNOW IT'S SHORT NOTICE, AND THING'S MAY BE BOOKED, ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

THANK'S

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Give Kevin Neve's at Devils Lake Guide Service a buzz, if he is busy I am sure he can point you in the right direction.

Hooking up with Kevin you should be in for a fun and productive trip.

fishingminnesota.com/kevin-neve-guiding/
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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We're gonna stay at the Spirit Lake Resort and casino, the rooms were only $65-$69 a nite, the phone # is 1-800-946-8238

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Looking for a place to go on Devils. Fished out of Spirit Lake last year. Any place that is hot right now? Planning a trip sometime in february.

Thanks.....Good Fishing, Matt.

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If anybody needs numbers for hotels, etc. Drop me an E-mail with the particulars you are looking for. I'll give you the numbers of places that may be appropriate. Word of caution - The Spirit Lake Casino and Lodge is dry. That has caused problems for some. mad.gif

What can I say about the bite...What is hot today is not hot tommorrow. The perch bite is heavily affected by fronts more so than walleys and pike. It changes daily and by the hour. An example is the we just got a blanket of snow on the ice. That will affect the fish for a couple of days. Read my reports here and on the state page on the Ice Leaders. I post something weekly according to what I do or what reliable people tell me. I can't get overly precise when given out others info or I'll never get any again. frown.gif If you read reports from the local baitshops and resorts the fish are always biting. wink.gif Just before you come check it out here and when you get here check out the baitshops and ask precise questions. Be a pest!!!

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Kevin Neve's Devils Lake Guide Service
fishingminnesota.com/kevin-neve-guiding/
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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Whew, thanks for posting that the casino is "dry", I made sure to cancel those reservations real quick!! Good thing, if I would have shown up there and been told no cocktails, I'd been catching sh*t all weekend! Changed plans and everything is all well!! Thanks Kevin. Sheephead out.

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Sheephead - When your in the area look for me. I drive a 97 dark burgundy Ford F-150. I have a sign in the windows. I might have my golden retriever tied up outside. I have a purple otter shack if I have it set up.

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fishingminnesota.com/kevin-neve-guiding/
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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THANK'S FOR THE RESPONSE'S, ESPECIALLY THE ONE ABOUT THE CASINO! I WAS GONE ON A CRUISE ALL WEEK AND MISSED THESE POST'S,WE ARE BOOKED FOR THE FIRST WEEK IN MARCH, AND ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING SOME OF THE LOCAL'S. KEVIN I'LL KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR YOUR TRUCK, IF YOU SEE A GUY FLAGING YOU DOWN WITH A BOTTLE OF KESSLER'S, IT'LL BE ME, STOP FOR A SLAM.

THANK'S AGAIN
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