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    Sorry this isn't a fishing report. Maybe I should post this under another topic, but I'm planning a fishing trip to LOZ at the end of March. Can anyone advise me on a place to stay?

    I would love to have a room on the lake with a boat slip but a boat friendly area hotel would work as well. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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    Silver Sands, Point Randall, Alhonna, Kon Tiki, or VBRO
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    Thanks for the recommendations!

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    My wife and I stayed at an Airbnb at an old fishing resort a couple of weeks ago, would have done a little fishing if it wasn’t so cold. There are too many places to list, might try narrowing the area you are interested in staying.


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    At that time of the year, almost all places are fishing friendly. They don't really enforce the trailer parking rules in off season. I've stayed a few different ones and never encountered a problem. Last time I was down, I stayed at the Lands End Condo Complex, I rented it through VRBO. Close to shopping and meals for the wife. Not a bad run up or down the lake. Pretty central location.

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    Val-e-vue, Rainbows end, breezy point resorts are all on the big niangua. All have small cottages and a dock for your boat with good fishing around the docks.

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    Thanks to all for your replies. There are certainly a ton of places to stay around the lake. It is a bit overwhelming, but you have all helped me narrow my search. I'll have to post after my trip and let you know how we did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treeadem View Post
    Thanks to all for your replies. There are certainly a ton of places to stay around the lake. It is a bit overwhelming, but you have all helped me narrow my search. I'll have to post after my trip and let you know how we did.

    Please do! Enjoy your time here and good luck!
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