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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $199 for a one-night stay for 6-10 guests in a Supreme Ice Cabin with two days of ice fishing, valid Sunday–Thursday ($400 value)
- $485 for a two-night stay for 6-10 guests in a Supreme Ice Cabin with three days of ice fishing, valid Friday–Saturday ($975 value)
- $89 for a one-day dark house package for two people, valid any day ($139 value)
Built new for the 2014-15 season, each 6’x8’, heated dark house sits over a pre-carved hole in the ice, through which guests can spear trophy northern pike, or fish with a regular rod and hook. The interior of the house is kept dark to ensure visibility.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. 7-day cancellation notice required. Fishing license required. Guests must bring pillows, sleeping bags, and fishing gear. Sunday-Thursday option available 12/15/14-2/26/15. Friday-Sunday option valid 2/6/15-3/2/15. Must complete trip by 3/2/15; ice melts after this date and houses must be off lake. For dark house option: check-in for your reservation at 8am; check-out time will be 30 minutes before sunset. Those wishing to spear for dark house option, $5 annual spearing license required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Wharf Resort
Masters of all-season fishing and camping, The Wharf Resort splashes the calm waters of Lake Mille Lacs with winter and summer activities. Situated on 90 acres of land on the southeastern shore’s Big Point, The Wharf rests in a protected harbor on a sandy, scorpion-free beach. From this point, it launches chartered fishing trips in the summer and rents ice fishing cabins in the winter.
During chartered fishing trips, guides lead groups across Mille Lacs in search of walleye, Bass, Northern Pike, and Loch Ness monsters. They also explain the seasonal movements of the fish, how to select the best tackle, and how to use electronic detection equipment. Once the lake has frozen over, ice fishing cabins rest on fishing spots where fish are known to congregate and watch humans hold sticks. The cabins feature nine fishing holes, 6 bunk beds, bathrooms, an underwater camera, a TV, DVD player, and microwave oven. Throughout the year, RV camping spots invite visitors to spend a night in rustic surroundings, while an on-site restaurant, Toucan's, which is also where customers check-in, serves warm meals in full view of the lake.