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  • Now Booking Cabin rentals for 2018 season Now Booking Cabin rentals for 2018 season

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    Happy Hooker Outdoors
    Lodging Terms and pricing 2018 season:
    Rates are $150.00 per night $750.00 per week

    $75.00 dep for nightly rental (1-3 nights) $150.00 dep for weekly (4 nights & up)

    • ABSOLUTELY NO FISH CLEANING IN CABIN
    • NO SMOKING IN CABIN
    • Check in time 4:00pm on day of arrival.
    • Check out time is 9:00am on day of departure.
    • Unit will not be cleaned during your stay unless requested.
      • If additional cleaning requested, an addition fee will be charged.
    • Sheets, pillows, are provided.
    • Basic pots and pans, cooking utensils, flatware, and dishes are provided.
    • Unit has Coffee pot, microwave, stove, refrigerator, 42’ flat screen TV, & charcoal grill.
    • Please provide your own
      • Bedding (other than sheets, pillowcases)
      • Lawn chairs & outdoor cooking equipment
      • Charcoal & lighter fluid
    • Any Damage is responsibility of the renter.
    Happy Hooker Outdoors
    Lodging Terms and pricing 2018 season:
    Rates are $150.00 per night $750.00 per week

    $75.00 dep for nightly rental (1-3 nights) $150.00 dep for weekly (4 nights & up)

    • ABSOLUTELY NO FISH CLEANING IN CABIN
    • NO SMOKING IN CABIN
    • Check in time 4:00pm on day of arrival.
    • Check out time is 9:00am on day of departure.
    • Unit will not be cleaned during your stay unless requested.
      • If additional cleaning requested, an addition fee will be charged.
    • Sheets, pillows, are provided.
    • Basic pots and pans, cooking utensils, flatware, and dishes are provided.
    • Unit has Coffee pot, microwave, stove, refrigerator, 42’ flat screen TV, & charcoal grill.
    • Please provide your own
      • Bedding (other than sheets, pillowcases)
      • Lawn chairs & outdoor cooking equipment
      • Charcoal & lighter fluid
    • Any Damage is responsibility of the renter.

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  • Frabill I Float JAckets and I Bibs have arrived! Frabill I Float JAckets and I Bibs have arrived!

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    We have received our first shipment of Frabill I Float jackets and I Bibs and have them ready to go. We have also restocked on the Frabill Ice combos in several popular sizes and actions, stop by the store and check them out while they last

    We have received our first shipment of Frabill I Float jackets and I Bibs and have them ready to go. We have also restocked on the Frabill Ice combos in several popular sizes and actions, stop by the store and check them out while they last

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  • Search Continues Search Continues

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    Crews searching for man who fell through ice while riding snowmobile

    (Source: WTOL) (Source: WTOL)
    FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP, MI (WTOL) -

    Crews are searching for a man who fell through the ice in Monroe County. 

    The search began Wednesday night after deputies were called to Stoney Point Peninsula in Frenchtown Township around 9 p.m. 

    Police received a call that a man riding a snowmobile about 1,000 feet offshore had fallen through the ice. 

    Becky Szelag said her neighbor saw it happen.

    "He saw lights and then he saw them disappear, so he went out as soon as he saw it. His fiancee called 911 and saw the guy needed help, but by the time fire and rescue got there it was too late," Szelag said.

    The Frenchtown Township Fire Department and the U.S. Coast Guard searched an open area of water, about 12 feet in diameter, where the man was reported missing.

    Neither the man or the snowmobile have been recovered at this time. 

    Crews have suspended the search until daylight due to unstable ice conditions. 

    Anyone with information about the incident should call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office at 734-240-7530.

    Crews searching for man who fell through ice while riding snowmobile

    (Source: WTOL) (Source: WTOL)
    FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP, MI (WTOL) -

    Crews are searching for a man who fell through the ice in Monroe County. 

    The search began Wednesday night after deputies were called to Stoney Point Peninsula in Frenchtown Township around 9 p.m. 

    Police received a call that a man riding a snowmobile about 1,000 feet offshore had fallen through the ice. 

    Becky Szelag said her neighbor saw it happen.

    "He saw lights and then he saw them disappear, so he went out as soon as he saw it. His fiancee called 911 and saw the guy needed help, but by the time fire and rescue got there it was too late," Szelag said.

    The Frenchtown Township Fire Department and the U.S. Coast Guard searched an open area of water, about 12 feet in diameter, where the man was reported missing.

    Neither the man or the snowmobile have been recovered at this time. 

    Crews have suspended the search until daylight due to unstable ice conditions. 

    Anyone with information about the incident should call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office at 734-240-7530.

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  • Wild Game Dinner March 3, 2018 Wild Game Dinner March 3, 2018

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  • Gun Show Swap Meet Gun Show Swap Meet

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    Oak Harbor Conservation Club is hosting it's 21st annual Gun Show and Swap Meet

    Hunting & Fishing Equipment, Guns, Decoys, Lures, Sporting Goods and Collectables

    Sunday January 21st from 9:00am ~ 3:00pm

    Event will be at the Clubhouse, located at 975 S Gordon Road Oak Harbor Ohio

    Open to the public and Admission is only $3.00

    Chili and Hot Dogs available for purchase for lunch

    Oak Harbor Conservation Club is hosting it's 21st annual Gun Show and Swap Meet

    Hunting & Fishing Equipment, Guns, Decoys, Lures, Sporting Goods and Collectables

    Sunday January 21st from 9:00am ~ 3:00pm

    Event will be at the Clubhouse, located at 975 S Gordon Road Oak Harbor Ohio

    Open to the public and Admission is only $3.00

    Chili and Hot Dogs available for purchase for lunch

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