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Could someone give me some information on Devils' Lake lodges. There are several couples thinking about taking three or four days and fishing in the DL area. We are looking at a September time frame.

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Woodland's is the only way to go!! Why stay in minnewaukan, just to end up driving to DL every day anyway?? Trails West and the Great American Inn are always second choice alternatives.

[This message has been edited by Brad Anderson (edited 07-21-2003).]

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Brad,
Why would you need to drive to DL everyday? Your reasoning is very confusing to say the least. I stayed in Minnewauken and didn't have to drive to DL once.

Minnewauken and the Spirit Water Inn has almost everything you need and great fishing to boot right on Devils Lake. Not to mention good accommodations and good pricing as well. Very close to great, hunting opportunities, walleyes, pike, perch, bird waqtching, biking opportunites, dining, bait shops, tackle, local business, etc. etc.

I'm confused by your response Brad????

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We have a brand new bar and grill in Minnewaukan. It's on Highway 281. The old restauarant was totally gutted to the walls and remodled in notty pine. Also the recently opened West Bay Resort in woods on the north shore of the flats has 4 brand new cabins with full kitchens, satellite TV fish cleaning shack and private dock. The cabins are spaced out far enough were you have pretty good privacy. You don't have to unload your boats or lock your vehicles at night. Nothing like most resorts. As Rick mentioned there also is the Spirit Water Inn.

We have a bait shop, public dock, several campgrounds, many houses for rent by the day, grocery store, a bar and a bar/grill and plenty of guides. Minnewaukan has everything Devils Lake has. We are a very friendly small town of less than 400 that caters to fisherman and hunters.

Many communities have more money for promotions, but our little town is number one on the map for any town in the Dakotas when it comes to the outdoors and how we apreciate those who vist here.

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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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Minnewaukan is the best place I would agree. The only thing that would make their boat landing better would be to service the jiffy johns a little more frequently.

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