As other reviewers have written, determine your route before heading out, because the Tackle Box II is not on a main road, and we didn't notice any signs until we reached the restaurant. It is located right along the river, and there is fishing going on along the dock and an occasional small fishing boat will pass by. The restaurant is well named, as it is chock-full of fishing related paraphernalia, and other objects too diverse to summarize.
Our party chose the walleye and perch sandwiches and a side of cole slaw, having heard that the dinners are really too voluminous for midday. We thoroughly enjoyed the fish sandwiches, which arrived with 3 medium size fried fillets on a large bun, with lettuce and tomato. Afterwards we went out onto the deck overlooking the water, and enjoyed the Spring sunshine.
We found the Tackle Box II a delightful stop for lunch - interesting decor, friendly and attentive service, and good fish. When we are in the area again we'll definitely stop by.
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