MILLE LACS LAKE, MN, February 01, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- For the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," it's little wonder ice fishing in Minnesota is a celebrated pastime. There may be no finer place for it than Mille Lacs Lake, and with one month left of the walleye fishing season, one group is offering its best deals of the year.
The Mille Lacs Area Tourism Council has unveiled a series of Hot Deals with ice fishing still prevalent in the upcoming winter months where perch and panfish are abundantly active. Over the next few weeks, the thousands of people who flock to the second-largest of the Minnesota lakes
can get two nights for the price of one at the luxurious Fisherman's Wharf Resort.
"We're thrilled to partner with Fisherman's Wharf Resort and offer Minnesotans and others a discounted stay in this winter wonderland," council spokesperson Tina Chapman said. "We think this is a deal worth jumping for." (Visit the "Hot Deals" page by clicking here)
Those who come will be in the company of thousands of other ice fishermen and women building huts on a lake that boasts scores of fish including walleye, muskie, small and large mouth bass, northern pike, jumbo perch, tullibee, black crappie, and burbot.
The offer at Fisherman's Wharf Resort is good through February 28 of this year, though the savings do not end there. Anyone interested in renting a cabin at Camp Holiday from May 28 to June 2 can get five nights for the price of three. This comes just after the May 12th of the opening of walleye and the northern season. May 26th is the Bass opener and June 2 being the Muskie opener. The deals at Camp Holiday are even better from June 2 to June 9 when cabins can be had for seven nights for the price of four.
Though the Minnesota ice fishing
season will be over by the time snow melts, the Mille Lacs area offers a range of attractions year round such as excellent lake resort accommodations, cross country skiing, Minnesota casinos
and an archaeologist's dream of history to explore. In fact, the Mille Lacs area boasts evidence of some of the earliest human settlement in Minnesota. And for those who stay longer, a day trip to Minneapolis-St. Paul isn't out of the question either, with the Twin Cities less than a 2-hour drive away.About Mille Lacs Area Tourism Council
Mille Lacs Area Tourism provides current and potential visitors with travel and recreation information for the Mille Lacs Lake area and Minnesota fishing resorts
. We are also an Explore MN Travel Information Center.
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