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butcher:
Thank you very much for sponsoring this great site Louis.  I think I can speak for many on this board and this site by saying how much I appreciate you and the other sponsors that make it possible for us to share our love of ice fishing with each other - even when we can't be on the ice.  I wish you much success with your new business venture.

Outside of a weekend I spent in Maine a few years ago, I have never made a big ice fishing trip but it's something I really want to do at some point and this seems pretty reasonable.  About how long of a drive is Chaumont Bay from Scranton?  When you have a moment, please let me know.

Thanks!

butcher:
Thanks Nuangolasusquehanna (wow!  that is a mouthful...) I'm about 2 hours South of Scranton so that's not too bad for a long weekend trip.

ChaumontMasters:

--- Quote from: butcher on Jan 15, 2020, 11:49 AM ---Thank you very much for sponsoring this great site Louis.  I think I can speak for many on this board and this site by saying how much I appreciate you and the other sponsors that make it possible for us to share our love of ice fishing with each other - even when we can't be on the ice.  I wish you much success with your new business venture.

Outside of a weekend I spent in Maine a few years ago, I have never made a big ice fishing trip but it's something I really want to do at some point and this seems pretty reasonable.  About how long of a drive is Chaumont Bay from Scranton?  When you have a moment, please let me know.

Thanks!

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Butcher, Its my pleasure to sponsor this forum, and yes I wanted to keep it reasonably priced for everyone to be able to enjoy what our amazing fishery has to offer. Not to mention I love being out there myself. I make it up from the Pittston area in 3 hours and 30 mins. It's directly up 81 to Watertown. Also my lodge is lakeside right in the bay, if you would like you can check out more by clicking the sponsor link ChaumontMasters.com or on FB at Chaumont Masters
Thank you!

JiggerMan:
is it 60 per person? or per room?  is their a cooking  area provided or common area.  how many beds per room.  four wheeler or machine access?  can someone reach the fishing grounds by foot or are machines needed?

ChaumontMasters:

--- Quote from: JiggerMan on Jan 15, 2020, 06:22 PM ---is it 60 per person? or per room?  is their a cooking  area provided or common area.  how many beds per room.  four wheeler or machine access?  can someone reach the fishing grounds by foot or are machines needed?

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JiggerMan, Thats per person a night, everyone will have a private room with a twin or double bed. And yes there is a huge living space and kitchen. The Lodge is lakeside and yes for machines as long as the ice in shape for it. Thanks

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