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I stayed at a resort last weekend that had everything you need for a stay. The resort had an excellent guide who worked hard. Our lodging space came with dish soap, rags, paper towels, hand towels, bath towels, wash cloths, a coffee maker, coffee and coffee filters, fish breading, Crisco and Canola Oil, a clean frig, a tv, a washer and dryer, a CD player and beds with clean bedding. The place was spotless with a view of Rainy Lake. That place was Woody's Resort in Ranier. What a deal, a resort with all you need and at a good price.

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Ya but how was the fishing? Any pics to send me? walleyes4me32 at aol dot com Virus protection! grin.gif

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The fishing was ok. As in every Saturday this winter a cold front arrived. We caught 15 walleyes and 8 or 10 pike no monster size fish. Woody had us on about 15 spots so we worked for what we caught. We still had a great time.

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Did the guaranteed percentage of your party make it back to shore safely?

And remember they DON'T take American Express (although I've heard tell Woody has gotten a stray hook in the a$$ now and then). wink.gif

W E B

[This message has been edited by wall eyell be (edited 04-07-2004).]

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I'll second Woody's!!
Stayed with him last June..AWESOME PLACE!!

Hope to be a guest there again soon...and again and again and again!!

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