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Old 02-05-2011, 12:17 PM
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Default Rainy Lake Canadian Side Camping / Fishing

Rather than coming all the way home for a week between my LOTW trips, I'm thinking about heading over to Rainy Lake for a first-time fishing expedition. Would be during the last week of June. I have my own boat.

Anyone have recommendations for campgrounds, either MNR or privately operated? Could either tent camp or buy a topper for the truck and sleep in it. Am looking for something on the west shore of the Canadian side so I don't have to drive all the way around to the east shore.

Any information about camping possibilities or the fishing would be greatly appreciated. Will be alone for that leg of the trip so if anyone wants to gang up or is going to be in the area, that would be nice to know too.

BTW, as it does with LOTW because it carries over from the US, I'm assuming my Navionics map chip will also pick up all of Rainy Lake too, yes?

TIA guys.

Oh yeah......... GO PACK GO !!! Bring #4 (trophy, not the soap opera character) back home to Curly and Vince.

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Old 02-05-2011, 04:00 PM
walleye4life walleye4life is offline
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The Bass Fishing is fantastic on the "North Arm" of Rainy Lake...... lot's of places to camp. You won't go wrong. PM me for more info.
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Old 03-21-2012, 01:08 PM
Skidoo600homxz Skidoo600homxz is offline
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PM me if you want to do some fishing on Rainy Lake!
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Old 03-22-2012, 07:54 AM
ManitouBass ManitouBass is offline
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If I was you, I'd hit up NW Bay. It'll save you some time as well. Turn left at the turn off in Devlin, 30 min drive and your there.
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