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Choke Canyon Lodging #13855117 01/21/21 05:21 PM
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Hey TFF. Looking for advice on the best/safest place to stay around Choke Canyon. Appreciate any/all suggestions. Thanks!


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Re: Choke Canyon Lodging [Re: Spyder_Jig] #13855152 01/21/21 05:38 PM
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Be more worried about punching a hole in your hull, than safety around the lake.

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Choke Canyon Lodge (361)786-3999. You will not be disappointed. Covered boat parking and you can all of your tackle on your boat and not have to worry about it.


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Thanks guys. Whats the comment about poking a hole in your hull about? Lots of timber and hard to run I presume?


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Just at the level now that it’s dangerous. One of the guides punched a hole in his hull the other day and he runs the lake everyday. It was fairly safe 2’ ago, now it’s a bit more white knuckle if you know how many trees are really below you. I’m sure Rayburn/Fork/etc are still more dangerous though.

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I like LUXX Inn in town, can't beat the value. Pretty sure each room has a fridge, stove top, microwave, and dishwasher. Best part is it's been like $56 a night for a two queen bed room. The manager Frank is very nice and welcoming to sportsman.


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Choke canyon lodge, just be sure to tell them no smelly woman perfume in the room, they go overboard on the AirWick and yankee candle

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Choke Canyon lodge. Just got back from a couple nights there. Top notch pace in my opinion. Covered boat parking, nice rooms and a nice outdoor kitchen.

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