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Fish'n guy

6 1/2' x 12' retractable wheel fish house for sale

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Fish'n guy

I am selling my 6 1/2' x 12' retractable wheel fish house for the sole purpose that I need money and have no room to store it. Myself and some friends of mine built the house 2 years ago. These guys were unbelievable with their knowledge of construction. The house was built the right way not the fast way so everything is in very solid condition and it should hold up for several years of storage outdoors. The roof is tarpapered shingled to prevent leaking and rotting. The roof has a 15 degree taper to preven water from poolong up on the roof. It has a treated plywood floor as well for the same purpose to prevent rotting wood on the floor. The exterior is rough cut pine with flames painted on. It is very easy to pop up and move to find the fish. I can usually have it up and moving in 5 minutes with out any hassel. It also has the following accessories:

-heavy duty dead bolt lock door a well as a lock on the doorknob

-carpeted floors

-4 10"x10" holes with covers

-1 24"x10" hole with cover for fishing 2 lines or spearing

-two bunk beds with mattress's and a latter

-Mossy Oak "Break-Up" camo pattern on the interior paneling

-3 double plug in outlets

-shelf for a TV or Radio with hookup

-shelf for DVD player or VCR

-power inverter for running power off of a deep cycle battery

-sliding window with screen

-New HearthRite 20000 BTU Blue Flame Vent-Free heater

-dual LP tank holder with line hookup and regulator

-electric switch ceilling light

-4 rattle reels

-Carbon monoxide detector

-interior and exterior thermometer

-top vent to keep fresh air flow

-spare tire

I am asking $4500 for it or make me and offer. I would be willing to negotiate some but really can't afford to go much lower.

I can send out pics to anyone who is interested. E-mail me or call me @ 507-521-0942 for any questions or concerns. I am a pretty flexible guy so just let me know.

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heartattack22

could you email pics to heartattack22 at hotmail (Contact Us Please) com Thanks.

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Fish'n guy

pics have been sent!

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walleyecaber

Would like some pics inside and out if you have them please. boborlo1@hbci.com thanks

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Fish'n guy

Adam I resent them to you hopefully you got them this time.

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Fish'n guy

Pics sent walleyechaser!!

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heartattack22

I did get them. Any pics of the hole setup?

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Fish'n guy

Glad you got them. I am in the process of getting my digital camera back and that is the only one that I can download onto my computer so when I get it back I can get you some pics of the holes.

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Just to let everyone know I am heading away for a 1 week fishing trip so I will not be able to respond to any mail until next saturday. Thaks in advance and ttyl!!

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castmaster

I'm guessing with the shingled roof its not a shack you'd want to pull at highway speeds or for any distance?

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I'm guessing with the shingled roof its not a shack you'd want to pull at highway speeds or for any distance?


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I guess it depends on what you would call a long distance but I pulled it 280 miles on one trip and all the way back at 55mph on the highway and 100 of those miles were 70mph on the interstate with no problems with the shingles.

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Fish'n guy

Just to let all of you know I now have pics of the hole setup so if you are interested please let me know.

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Fish'n guy

Its still for sale. Juust shoot me an email if you ant pics!

Thanks

Andy

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Pics sent to all of you! Its still for sale so let me know what you think!

Thanks!!

Andy

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Fish'n guy

I am dropping $1000 off the original price.

I am now asking $3500 or you can make me an offer.

Andy

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Kylersk

Could I get some pics? A friend of mine is looking for a house.

kylersk at yahoo (Contact Us Please) com

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sobe

Pics my way also please. Thx, Scott ...soneil11161 at yahoo.com

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MIKE IN lINO III

Pics please MStelter @ gopherstatelitho (Contact Us Please) com

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