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Fish Trap Scout *sold*

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I am selling the older style fish trap scout. It is in great condition but has 1 tiny burn mark in it. I also put a nice boat seat in it that i mounted to the platform. my computer is not capable of loading pictures but I can send pictures by cell phone. Im asking $120 or best offer. Any other questions just ask. Thanks. It is a great easy to haul fish house for one man.

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OK--how old is old. can you send any pics ???does it have a zippered door or just flip over.

thanks

jcfarm@loretel.net

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Its only about 4 years old. Yes, it is just the flip over style with the window in the front. you can email me at djknuti @ hotmail.com with your cell number and i can get pictures to you.

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email sent

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Is the house still available?

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If this house is stil available, i would be interested in it and can pick it up tomorrow.

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To everyone asking about the house I know he still has it and will respond to everyone after nine he is at work.

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The house is still available I have pictures if you want them i just need your phone number. Thanks

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hey if still available can i get pics. number is 765-610-3971

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This house has sold,I don't think he knows how to post it as sold.It went last Saturday.

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ooo ok thank you

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