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Old 02-25-2020, 08:19 AM
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For your budget, I would go to Camp St Joe as it’s well under $1,000, boat in, limited anglers and its on Lake St Joe which is a goldmine.
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Old 02-27-2020, 11:08 AM
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By far the best fly in the I have been to is Expeditions North flying out of Hornepayne.


Main reason is the fishing!! Trophy walleye with 29" -30" caught every year by our group as well as eaters!

www.expeditions-north.com for pricing (under $1,000 for the week)

-Housekeeping only option available.
-Log cabins 24hr electricity, electric fridge, gas stove, wood burner for heat ( unlimited cut and dried wood for burning provided)
-Running water (using commercial water purification system)
-Full kitchen with all pots/pans/dishes/silverware
-16' Lund boats/20hp 4 stroke engines, including fish finders/life jackets/nets/anchors
- Boats gassed and bailed (if rain) every morning
- Minnows always available for purchase
- camp fish fry during with week
- Customer focused ownership. David makes sure things are right.
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Old 02-28-2020, 11:54 PM
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Honestly, if your budget is less than $1000 per person, you might want to just do a drive-in. They are less than half the price and you'll likely have a much nicer cabin, better boats, and a larger lake to explore.
There are a few still out there, but not many. I couldn't justify these $3-5k/week trips no matter how they are and as long as I have a shower, I can rough it enough for a single week. I realize if I was in a group of 6, my options would go up a lot.
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