I am not the consummate fisherman but my friends are! We live on the MW Chain and I do know that fishing is usually very good for small mouth with the infamous muskie, walleye also available for those with an interest. Chain of 10 lakes easily accessed with a wide choice of cabins and restaurants and price ranges available.
What might be of help is the fact that you would be about equal distance from the Cisco Chain, Land O Lakes area (very cool chain!), Trout Lake (Great Fishing) and a few more miles down to St. Germain if you have your own boat. Local guides usually take my friends down to Trout when out for the day so keep that in mind too! If not with your own “ride” they are available for rent up here. Just to let you know, whenever I open up the house for the “guys weekends” of fishing, I NEVER need to ask twice!
If interested in specific lodging suggestions, it would depend on how many, what type and how much you might wish to spend. Check out :
as a starting point. Would be glad to help out more if interested. It IS great up here in fall!!
www.whisperingpinelodge.com in St. Germain is very nice and so are the owners. We have stayed in the side by sides as well as the Evergreen. We can't go there any longer because they do not take pets. I would highly recommend it.
We always stay at Ed Gabes resort, nice, clean cabins, and they have their own boat launch area too.
The resort is on Lost Lake. About 6 miles north of St. Germain.
They furnish all linens which is very helpful to a family of 5.
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