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    lake of the woods Lodging ????

    SO looking into going to Lake of the Woods, ANYONE have any ideas on a Lodge to go to?? Either in Minnesota or in Canada.

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    What part of that massive lake were you interested in? It is divided into several sections, such as Sabaskong Bay, Whitefish Bay, NW Angle...
    I don't recommend you venture out alone on this big lake without proper guidance. Do you want an island lodge or an on-shore facility? Greater creature comforts in the on-shores, but some excellent amenities in many of the island resorts, depending on how much you want to spend.
    Here is a good place to start. They will send you lots of stuff. good luck, m

    https://visitsunsetcountry.com/

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    You could get as many responses as there are resorts. I have stayed at the angle, sunset lodge is nice. I have not heard anything bad about any resorts up there. Like mikie said, what are you looking for will help you find the place that is right for you.

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    Lots of great resorts on The Woods ... Sandy's, Tamarack, Red Wing, Young's, Frolander's, as well as several listed here: http://www.muskyhunter.com/musky-dir...-destinations/

    Decide first which part of the lake you intend to fish because there's no way you can fish it all. Each region has a number of nice resorts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Heiting View Post
    Lots of great resorts on The Woods ... Sandy's, Tamarack, Red Wing, Young's, Frolander's, as well as several listed here: http://www.muskyhunter.com/musky-dir...-destinations/

    Decide first which part of the lake you intend to fish because there's no way you can fish it all. Each region has a number of nice resorts.
    Thanks Steve

    it'll be my first visit to LOTW, its been on my bucket list for many years. I've fished the Northern Wisconsin area for 30+ years and have decided next year it will be LOTW. Thanks for the info, I'll look into these lodges along with the lodges in MHM.

    Thanks Again Steve

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    Also, if you are looking for LOTW-type water without crossing the border, you may want to consider Lake Vermilion in Minnesota. A bit less of a wilderness experience perhaps, lots of good lodges and cabin deals there, too. Oh, and some monster muskies. I've seen a couple. m

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    Be sure to check out Flag Island Resort. A great place reasonably priced focused on service.

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