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Lodging and Fishing #12320523
07/02/17 04:56 AM
07/02/17 04:56 AM
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I've been traveling to a lot of different lakes recently and lodging is starting to become a huge pain. Does anyone have any tips or tricks for finding affordable lodging? I rarely am able to find anything for less than $150 a night.



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Re: Lodging and Fishing [Re: Vidahr] #12325595
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KOA campgrounds, tripadvisor, Air BnB...and state and national parks with cabins and showers.

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