Indian Trails Resort Hayward
I can understand that people can like it though. I stay at a place much like it for deer hunting, run down and not exactly "modern" but after 25 years it's like home every November.
All these things I expected were told to me on the phone and that's why I expected them.
Yes $38 a night is pretty cheap but for the two of us that's $76 per night and when you look at it that way it's cheap but not dirt cheap. There are plenty of hotels that you can get for $76 per night double occupancy. If I go back I will stay at a hotel and launch my boat everyday at a GOOD boat launch, not be expected to pull my boat in sand and stones, and be staying in a clean comfortable room.
You will be within many of the most famous bars and reefs on the Chip and in my experience John is always willing to help a fellow Musky fisherman out.
If your looking for a family getaway...skip the bunkhouse and get a cabin...if your looking for a quality fishing getaway...don't expect a 5 star hotel and you'll have a good time.
We payed for 3 nights and left after the first night because it was such a dump. I didn't even ask for my money back because I was afraid of what I would do to him if he lied to me one more time.
He also said that I would have a private dock for my boat. The private dick was little more than a 2x12 that only went out to 1' of water. He expected me to pull my fiberglass boat up in the sand and stones which wasn't going to happen. I had to anchor my boat and wade back into shore everytime I got out of it.