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troutkingmaster

Best price on FL-20's in the area

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I am looking at getting an FL-20. Anyone seen prices lower than $450 in SC Minnesota or online? Also, any performance reviews would be helpful. Thanks!

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you can save $ by just buying the FL20 head unit. the only thing that is differn't is the power cord and they come with one. That is if you have a Vex now? These items are one of the heaviest price protected items out there. The head unit model # is FM2000 There are some in Mankato for sale at SAS. If in SC stop in at SAS there and they can get one from the Mankato store for you.

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Oh Ya, welcome to the site!

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Welcome to FM!

The FL-20 is amazing. It's definitely worth the money.

Give Reel Fishing and Tackle in Madison Lake a call. I don't know about $450.00 but they will do what they can to treat you right.

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Go to the vexilar website and look at their factory outlet. I bought a FL18 pro pack for $319 there last winter and it comes with new battery and same warranty as a new one. They are refurbished units. Not sure if they have any FL20's.

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Worth the money awsome unit best on the market buy and go fish

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