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Boat Houses

3/15/20 @ 12:01 PM
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jemstone90
jemstone90
User since 7/7/15

I would live in some of the boat houses I have seen on Minnetonka

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3/28/20 @ 3:49 PM
Jabberwalker
User since 4/21/04

I also attended the UW Class on Lake Tomahawk in 2003 and stayed at the Kemp's Natural Resources Center. The Lodge was built while the FBI was chasing Al Capone and used as it's headquarters. Truly where I learned to Walleye fish! Under the classroom where the docks are was full of huge crappies.

3/19/20 @ 12:47 PM
Middleton1
User since 6/19/01

Scott F. I've been in that one. Back in about 1993, my brother and I took a DNR sponsored course through the UW called Walleye Fishing Tactics and Techniques. It was a 4-day course and we stayed at the Kemp Natural Resources Station. It's an old log cabin complex donated to the UW. (https://kemp.wisc.edu/ ). We learned and fished a lot. Taught by fisheries biologists who were avid fishermen. The class room was the space in the upstairs of the boathouse. Sadly, they don't offer the course anymore. It was quite an experience. 

3/17/20 @ 10:52 AM
Sswpriz
User since 5/8/02

Here's one on Big Fork lake on the Three Lakes Chain !!!!

3/17/20 @ 8:30 AM
Scott F
User since 6/12/10

This one is on Lake Tomahawk.

3/17/20 @ 7:26 AM
fishicot
User since 4/16/18

Catfish Lake in Eagle River has some great ones.

3/17/20 @ 7:11 AM
BugleTrout
BugleTrout
User since 9/27/01

Plum Lake in Sayner has some beauties as well. 

3/16/20 @ 9:17 PM
One shot one kill
MEMBER since 8/12/02

You should see the ones on Pine lake in Waukesha country. Or some on Little  St. Germain .

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