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Old 06-09-2015, 05:32 PM   #1
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Wisconsin Fishing RV camp

We want to take two of our grandkids on a fishing trip. Due to family comittments we can't go until late July. I'm thinking of heading north to Wisconsin to get out of some of the summer heat and hopefully increase the odds of getting fish.

I would like to find a RV park that is more like a fish camp than a resort. Would like a place that offers package deals for camping, boat, motor, bait, etc.
The kids are old enough to know that this a fishing trip, so don't need a lot of playgrounds, although they would enjoy a swimming pool.

We're in a 35' rig with a toad. Would like to take 2 days to get there, fish 3-4 days and then 2 days back.

Thanks for any tips and advice.

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Old 06-09-2015, 07:41 PM   #2
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Fishing in wi is a loaded question. Its more like what do you want to fish for? Most of the rv parks at least have a fishing pond but when you get up north you can get on the lakes and then its more of a where would you rather be question. I haven't been on any lake where I could catch fish. Just about all the cg on lakes will have boats and bait available as well as where the best spots are. Hope you have a good trip.

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Old 06-10-2015, 07:37 AM   #3
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Interesting timing. We leave Monday for Land O Lakes WI, Borderline RV Park. It is a fishing trip, but not what you are looking for in that we will drive to the fishing. I will be interested in seeing what you learn here.
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