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wiscoskier
Posted 8/11/2017 7:43 AM (#873905)
Subject: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Hello, I have been trying to get a hold of someone up at Sandy's BlackHawk Island with no success. I have tried emailing directly, the email form on their website, and even found a phone number. I have not gotten any response after a couple weeks. Does anyone no a good way to get a hold of someone? I would like to talk about booking at trip in 2018.

Thanks!!
Musky Brian
Posted 8/11/2017 10:31 AM (#873920 - in reply to #873905)
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Location: Lake Country, Wisconsin
They take awhile to respond from what I recall. They book up incredibly quick too. There are plenty of camps within that area, I'd suggest looking at backup options
Cfollow
Posted 8/11/2017 12:11 PM (#873940 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: RE: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Three words: Angle Outpost Resort.
I have stayed at Sandy's and the lodging is very nice. Having said that Sandy's is more expensive in terms of lodging and gas plus the pain in the nice try of having to boat out to the island from Young's Bay. The boat ride from Angle Outpost adds maybe 5 minutes to your travel time.
Lundbob
Posted 8/11/2017 12:30 PM (#873942 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?





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Location: Duluth, MN
I've had the same experience in the past. They don't respond. And i tried multiple ways to try and contact them. Hate to say anything bad about a place but it's just what happened to me also.
oly67
Posted 8/11/2017 5:09 PM (#873967 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: RE: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Same response here.....which means no response from them. If they are full all the time, great for them, poor business practice to not get back to people though.
JBlanck
Posted 8/11/2017 9:48 PM (#873982 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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I can't say enough about Flag Island Resort. Check it out.
davesebe314
Posted 8/12/2017 11:04 PM (#874057 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Location: North Dakota
I am heading up to Sandy's in the morning. I will ask them what the best way to contact them is. My uncle has been going there for years and has one of their personal numbers I guess, but he, too, says they are slow to reply. I'll report back ASAP.
wiscoskier
Posted 8/15/2017 7:47 AM (#874366 - in reply to #874057)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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That would be great. Have a great trip and look forward to hearing about it.

Brian
davesebe314
Posted 8/16/2017 10:41 AM (#874525 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Location: North Dakota
wiscoskier - I sent you a PM
wiscoskier
Posted 9/22/2017 11:16 AM (#878854 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Well I have been trying all available communication options (phone, email, text,etc) with out any success. I almost to the point of sending a letter. Not sure what else to try. Any suggestions?

Brian
Slime King
Posted 9/22/2017 1:32 PM (#878887 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?





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Location: midwest
Yes, look at Baystore, Sunset, Angle Inlet, Flag Island or another resort in the area. Lots of camps that would be glad to have you stay at their places.
Abu7000
Posted 9/24/2017 4:32 PM (#879135 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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Also check Angle Outpost, Jake's and Young's Bay. All on the mainland, and all much cheaper than Sandy's camp. I don't believe Bill is fishing much so if you want a guide who is on the water each day call Joe Cooper. Angle Outpost will give you his contact info.
Matt DeVos
Posted 9/24/2017 7:03 PM (#879156 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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I'll vouch for Angle Outpost as well. Nice place at a reasonable price.
Bcarsella
Posted 9/30/2017 11:34 PM (#879778 - in reply to #873905)
Subject: Re: Sandy's BlackHawk Island Contact?




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I am at the Northwest Angle almost every other weekend and most in between. Pm me , if it's just the LOTW experience your going for there are more than resorts, guides that will give you the experience. Bill Sandy is a great guide and runs a great resort (as does Angle Outpost, Bay Camp Store, Sunset Lodge...ect) . If you know how to fish shield Muskies then just stay at a Resort in the Minnesota side,much easier to get to and they offer everything other resorts do.
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