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Dan Brelje

ATV rack and portable fish house priced to sell $250

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Dan Brelje

ATV rack and portable fish house priced to sell $250. The rack holds up to 160 lbs and fits most ATVs. The fish house measures 3’ wide X 6’ long X 6’ high when set up. It’s 8 years old but I only used it once in the last 4 years. I used to use it a lot so it has some small wear holes but I would consider it in good shape. I bought it at an ice fishing show from a couple individuals that were making and marketing them with the hope of selling the rights to a large manufacturer so it doesn’t have a brand name. If you want to be mobile and not drag a house around it works great for one person.

pic1-rack

pic2-rack

pic3-rack

pic4-rack w/ fishhouse attached

pic5-rack w/ fishouse set up

Located in Chisago Lakes Area

Listing is for my father

Please contact Terry at: terry@curecovery.com , or his cell 612-860-0828

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Neiko

Would you sell the rack seperate? Do you think it could be rigged to fit a Polaris X2?

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Dan Brelje

I am pretty sure he is selling them both together. You need the rack to use the fishouse.

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Dan Brelje

Rack will fit most atv's. Fish house mounts to rack within minutes. Very portable, mobile setup. Please ask if you have any questions.

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Dave

Dan, that's a Ryan's Rack. I have one myself and they work great for carrying things.

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gooseroller

How does it attach to rack? I would be very interested if it isn't too tough.

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Dan Brelje

The house sits on the rack and mounts with 2 or 4 bolts, i can't remember. Once the rack is attached to a wheeler the house is very easy to put on and take off.

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gooseroller

I will take it if it is still available, contact me on tuesday, I would like to pick it up on wed. cell 612-968-0431 ask for jim.

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Dan Brelje

goose,

I will let my father know and have him contact you asap. thanks.

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Dan Brelje

Goose,

Rack is still available, my father said he tried to call but got no response. You can call him at 612-860-0828

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Dan Brelje

Rack and house have been sold.

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