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#10974333 - 07/13/15 03:24 PM Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly?
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The Marina is already sold out for Basschamps Championship. Who knows of other places there that are boat friendly parking and charging of batteries?
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#10974356 - 07/13/15 03:34 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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#10974392 - 07/13/15 03:45 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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Originally Posted By: Rockie Martin
The Marina is already sold out for Basschamps Championship. Who knows of other places there that are boat friendly parking and charging of batteries?


It sure is sweet to have inside info
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#10974461 - 07/13/15 04:16 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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I guess. Won't help you win the tournament plus we will be closer to the casinos!!!! wink. Just giving you a hard time man


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#10974471 - 07/13/15 04:20 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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We stayed at the Days Inn in Bossier City last year, and they boat parking was pretty good, and was easy access to the marina @15 min away. Place was really clean, and the staff there went out of their way to make sure we all were well taken care of.


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#10974779 - 07/13/15 06:35 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Ranger1]
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Originally Posted By: Ranger1
Originally Posted By: Rockie Martin
The Marina is already sold out for Basschamps Championship. Who knows of other places there that are boat friendly parking and charging of batteries?


It sure is sweet to have inside info


I had no inside info! As soon as they posted it I started calling. Line was busy for 2 hrs before I could get thru. Apparently, there is also another tournament going out of there and most of there cabins were already booked...

Not sure what you really meant by that comment but I could care aless!
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#10975393 - 07/13/15 11:12 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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I booked a cabin at red river marina on the way home from practicing form fork the first time for the tournament that got cancelled. February I think. They told me then that there were only a few cabins left then. I made a guess that they would go back. There is no other venue that champs goes to that can pay that kind of money. Plus it's a fun tournament because there are very few local advantages and you get to practice before. I am honestly not good enough and have not been fishing these lakes long enough to actually be able to adjust on the level in one day you need to to win and I know it. Not going to stop me from trying.

So I am assuming allot of other anglers did the same thing and reserved a cabin. the question is will they be ready by then?
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#10976015 - 07/14/15 10:26 AM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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Booked me a RV spot back in May because I Knew it would be a mad scramble for a spot , I was hoping they would go back to the RR. So I'm already gambling and I'm hot

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#10976082 - 07/14/15 10:45 AM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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So odd they host a tournament in a city without sufficient boat parking hotels...never understood it
(with any trail)and investors have yet to capitalize on it besides the one marina and it was built for the BASS Classic in mind.
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#10976104 - 07/14/15 10:55 AM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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We grabbed a cabin at the KOA
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#10976170 - 07/14/15 11:18 AM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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I don't c how Yall r complaining there isn't enough parking. There is tons of parking!! Holiday inn off Pines road is where MLF stayed with a ton of boats. Zero issues. La Quinta inn on old minden rd is where elites and open guys stayed. Several other places. I can fit 3-4 boats in my yard if anyone needs place store it when come prefishjng and don't wanna haul it back
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#10976479 - 07/14/15 01:17 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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Registered: 01/29/06
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Loc: Bossier City, Louisiana
Here is a good article on the subject. It's all about tournament friendly hotels in the Shreveport/Bossier area.

http://www.ultimatebass.com/-lake-views-...sier-city-.html
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#10977246 - 07/14/15 06:52 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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Holiday Inn in Bossier...
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#10977481 - 07/14/15 08:41 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Rockie Martin]
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Grew up in Louisiana and have family that lives in the Shreveport/Bossier area. East of the river and the further east the better.......
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#10978477 - 07/15/15 12:00 PM Re: Recommendation for a place to stay in Bossier City that is boat friendly? [Re: Lil' Louie]
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Originally Posted By: Lil' Louie
We grabbed a cabin at the KOA

how far away is that from the marina

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