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Otter Stealth 2000 duck boat with push pole. $450.00*sold*sold

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sorry to all who have sent me emails about this my computer is acting up and I cant read my emails for some reason I'll get back to you as soon as I get it figured out.

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One could also have them post questions and so forth online until your e-mail is fixed.

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I am very interested. If you could send me a picture. LTGodley@msn.com Any accessories with it- Seat, motor mount?

Where are you located at?

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No accsesories. Comes with one swivel seat and a push pole. Like my email the digital camera is on the fritz so I'm hoping to use someones to post some pictures. I am about 15 min east of mankato just off 14 or 15 miles west of waseca.

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Good idea. Any ?'s I'll answer them here.

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I will be in the Faribault area on Sunday. Any chance we could meet?

Gonna have to figure out how to connect. I am not a fan of putting my phone number out on the web. Do you have an alternate e-mail address?

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I e-mailed you from your Craigs list ad. You said the boat was available. I would like to take a look at it. Give me a call so I can come pick it up.My phone # is on the e-mail

Thanks RJ

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