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Morneau132

Will it fit in the Guide?

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I was wondering if anyone knows if my gas auger will fit inside the sled of a FishTrap Guide. I'm thinking of getting the guide, but was looking at it and I was unsure if the auger will fit with the way the seats are mounted to slide on those rods.I'm limited on space in my Blazer, so I think I have to go with the Guide. Let me know if the auger will fit or if there is a way to make it work. Thanks guys and gals!

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I have an strikmaster and it lays right in front of the seats just right, it was like it was made for it.

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Sounds good. I appreciate the info. I think I'm gonna pick one up real soon.

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good choice you will really like it, they changed the door to make it alot better instead of a u shape door they put in a d door it' alot nicer. I have fished in -10 and my little buddy heater heats iit up just fine. enjoy the winter

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