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Twin Pines Resort?
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Joined:
12/11/2008
From Eagan
Posts: 212
Good Afternoon Everyone,

Anyone had much luck catching fish in the past while staying in the Twin Pines rentals? Usually we go with the Red Door but looking to change things up. I will be heading up in early January. I have never heard much in regards to Twin Pines and figured i would ask you guys.

Thank you in advance for your input as it is much appreciated.

Posted on: 12/5 14:24:33
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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Joined:
12/06/2011
From rogers
Posts: 37
they can be good and then they can be bad. i have had bad luck.

Posted on: 12/5 15:55:14
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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Joined:
05/19/2013
From Maple grove
Posts: 579
Red door is 10000000000% better. Used both

Posted on: 12/5 18:06:45
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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Joined:
12/11/2008
From Eagan
Posts: 212
Are you saying the fishing is better or the overall expierence? Red door left a sour taste in my mouth this past season (been going there for a couple years). If you are willing could you please elaborate? Feel free to shoot me a pm if you'd rather share your negative expierence that way.

Posted on: 12/5 21:01:35
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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From Maple grove
Posts: 579
Pm sent

Posted on: 12/5 22:26:04
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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Joined:
12/11/2008
From Eagan
Posts: 212
The body of the pm must have not come through it was blank

Posted on: 12/5 22:44:21
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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12/28/2005
Posts: 1182
Its been a few years but I've used Twin Pines twice. Both times was in mid January and we didn't catch a thing in the house either time.

Overall the experience was just ok. Not great service but not necessarily bad. Not great houses but they were fine.

If I were to go back to Mille Lacs I wouldn't stay with them again.

Posted on: 12/6 0:17:33
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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10/20/2015
Posts: 290
Ive stayed twice
Caught two walleyes each time between 4 people.

This was a few years back when it was tough everywhere though

Went out of there access with my portable 2-3 years ago and caught a bunch of small ones.

Did their launch a 2 years ago and caught a bunch of nice ones

Posted on: 12/6 5:58:52
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