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Clam Voyager

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I am selling a brand new, still in the box, Clam Voyager. I bought this directly from Clam in March. The fish house is in Rockford.

The Voyager is a large, flip over, sled portable. It comes with 3 seats, and 3 adults can fish comfortably in it (my brother-in-law has one and we've had 3 adults in his). Here's a link to clam's site for more info on the house. Clam Voyager

Since it is still in the box, there will be some assembly required. I'm asking $550/BO

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I'm interested. How do I contact you?

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Cell phone is probably best: 612-499-0459.

Ryan

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Thanks Ryan. I've got a line on a house that is a few hours closer to Winnipeg than your location is so I'm dealing on it. That's a great price for your house so I know that you'll sell it soon.

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Ice is definitely here to stay, don't miss out on this house. $500/Bo.

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Fish house is sold. Thanks for looking.

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