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randallt

Clam 1060

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I'm selling my Clam 1060 because I upgraded to a permanent fish house. I bought it in 2005 and used it a couple of times that year. I did not use it last year at all.

It's portable (10' X 6') when setup, but it folds down (folded dimensions 60" X 32") and easily fits into a pickup or SUV. I have a Ford Escape and it fits with back seat folded down. It's never been towed or drug on the ice, always hauled.

This unit also has open floor space on each end, which enables it to be used for spearing.

It's in excellent condition. $350 OBO.

If you have any questions please email me at randalltmiller@msn.com

I do not have any pictures at this time, but will set up if someone is serious about buying. It is in excellent shape with no visible wear or tear.

Clam does not offer this model anymore, but if you look on there website I think the shelter on the left of the main page is a 1060.

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I don't suppose you are interested in trading for a Fish Trap Voyager?

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No not really. I just don't use a portable since getting the perm. Thanks for the offer though. I would be open to trading for a deer stand or two.

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I'm interested though, I have a 1060

Shoot me an e-mail btbaird@paulbunyan.net

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If you still have the ice house please send me a picture if you could.

Thanks

dmg1328@comcast.net

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I am out of town til Sunday afternoon. Will get it out then and take photos. Will try to have posted on here for everyone by Sunday night.

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Alright let's see if this works.

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It appears that if you click on the picture you can view the slide show, which is an additional inside shot and side shot. The inside shot shows the open space for holes. It has this on both sides of the shelter. Actual floor size is 5 x 6 and the openings on both sides are 2.5' x 6', so plenty of room for spearing or 3 holes on each side.

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Shelter has been SOLD. Thanks for Looking

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