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RoadRunner

For Sale: Fishtrap Yukon

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I have a 3 yr old Yukon in excellent condition for sale. Includes 2 seats, travel cover, rigid hitch, runners, and license holder. I've also added storage compartments to it. $400.00 FIRM. The only reason I am selling is that I have 2 of them and can't fit them both under my pickup topper. Will consider trading for a newer Clam 6800 in excellent condition, preferably one with a trap-link connector. Located in East Grand Forks.

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RoadRunner, I have a clam 6800 about 4 years old, used very little, no trap link, there was a small hole in canvas that was repaired. contact me at evanst66 at yahoo dot com.

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Email sent. Pictures available upon request.

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RoadRunner,

I have a Clam 5600 with a customer built sled and system to hold your gear if you're interested. Older model Clam so it doesn't have traplink.

Email me at erstrey@yahoo.com if you are interested, or if you might be looking to sell your Yukon outright as I would be inerested in that too (I have a couple parties interested in my house already).

Thanks!! smile.gif

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Road Runner, I sent you an e-mail the other day in response to your last one, and put a note in here but it must have got lost in the crash. Please check your e-mail !!!!!!

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Could you send me some pics? (joemmn@yahoo.com)

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The Yukon has been sold. grin.gif

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can i have some pics

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I sold the Yukon a year ago.

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