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6 1/2 x 18 retractable wheel fish house for sale.

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For sale:

61/2 x 18 wheel house.

Manufactured by The Fish House Store

I have owned this house for about 2 years. The main cabin is 16 feet long. In front of the main cabin is a storage/buffy. It has a full size door and make a great place to store augers, clothing etc. or put a heater in there and a porta potty.

The main cabin has 1 fold down bunk big enough for 2 adults, 1 single bunk with storage. Magic chef stove. 7 holes with covers, Pioneer stereo. Tv antenna. Rattle reels. Built in battery charger with space for 2 batteries. New carpet. Pine paneling. 3 windows. 2 30lb. propane tanks. Life time warranty on frame. Full width axle. Spare tire. I'll even throw in a couple of my custom built ice rods to the buyer!

I've owned this house for 2 seasons and only used it 3 times.

$7000.00 0r offer

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Thanks, Scotty

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Could you send me some more pics if you have any.

newfoldner at msn (Contact Us Please) com

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I"m lowering the price to $6500 and I'm willing to take offers.

Scotty

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****SOLD****

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