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Muskie Fishing -> Fishing Reports and Destinations -> Cass Lake Area - July
 
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Schultz345
Posted 5/1/2017 2:37 PM (#860266)
Subject: Cass Lake Area - July




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I'm looking to stay around Cass Lake the third weekend in July. It'll be a mix of vacation and pre-fishing for the PMTT that I'm thinking about doing there at the end of August.

As I've never stayed in this area, I'm looking for recommendations on a place around Cass Lakei for myself, the girlfriend, and 20 pound dog. I'd prefer somewhere with cabins you can rent for a reasonable price. Doesn't necessarily need to be on Cass Lake, just within 15 minute drive or so.

Thanks!
Pat Hoolihan
Posted 5/1/2017 7:36 PM (#860311 - in reply to #860266)
Subject: Re: Cass Lake Area - July




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http://www.ojibwayresort.com/
irishesox
Posted 5/1/2017 10:02 PM (#860362 - in reply to #860311)
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Try cass lake lodge
Schultz345
Posted 5/2/2017 1:16 PM (#860435 - in reply to #860266)
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Cass Lake Lodge only accepts week long rentals. Which seems to be pretty much the story of every resort up there, which makes sense. And the resorts I have found that do shorter stays, don't allow pets. Not looking good. Might have to figure out another plan.
DirtyDan
Posted 5/2/2017 2:31 PM (#860443 - in reply to #860266)
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You could look in to renting a cabin off VRBO or Airbnb. We've had good experiences doing that for past fishing trips.
musky513
Posted 5/2/2017 9:04 PM (#860507 - in reply to #860266)
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Maybe camp at Norway beach?
mitch2245
Posted 5/3/2017 9:18 AM (#860558 - in reply to #860266)
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Location: North Saint Paul, MN
You could try Stony Point Resort on Cass. I've stayed there a couple times. We've only ever camped but they have cabins also. You can camp with a tent or bring your RV if you have one.

Check out their website:

https://www.stonyptresortcasslake.com/index.php
Schultz345
Posted 5/3/2017 8:39 PM (#860668 - in reply to #860266)
Subject: Re: Cass Lake Area - July




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Thanks for the suggestions everyone. Unfortunately I literally called every resort around there and either they were already full or would only accept week long rentals. Going to a plan B.
esox30
Posted 5/3/2017 9:38 PM (#860677 - in reply to #860266)
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I stayed at little wolf lake a few years ago and folks there were very nice. Maybe do a search there, it wasn't too heavily trafficked and may fit what you r looking for. Cases a little bit away but worth a look
Schultz345
Posted 5/3/2017 10:07 PM (#860681 - in reply to #860677)
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Tried there too. Only week long rentals in july.
jchiggins
Posted 5/7/2017 12:51 PM (#860998 - in reply to #860266)
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Location: new richmond, wi. & isle, mn
You could stay at Knutson Dam or South Pike Bay campgrounds.
T3clay
Posted 5/19/2017 10:44 AM (#862127 - in reply to #860266)
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did you try lake kitchi resorts?
happy hooker
Posted 5/22/2017 10:57 AM (#862404 - in reply to #862127)
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This is an old subject but if you stay somewhere off lake, pay,launch and park at a resort,,Cass lake public landings have had their share of trouble.
RJ_692
Posted 5/26/2017 7:08 AM (#862901 - in reply to #860266)
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So is the public access REALLY as bad as its made out to be? With that big newer access along the highway I would have thought it was ok, or better now.
MTJ
Posted 5/26/2017 11:19 AM (#862945 - in reply to #862901)
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have never had any bad luck at the access myself but have heard all the stories. i'd pay $10 and use cass lake lodge ramp.
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