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JConrad

Looking for a fish house for sale

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My next door neighbor is looking for a used fish house to buy.. Would prefer something like an ice castle.. Must be on wheels and in good condition. Size approx. 7 x 14 or a bit larger.

Any good web sites to look at for this?

Help on this would be appreciated..

Thanks....

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Hi Joel, I know of a 8x18 Ice Castle for sale. If you are interested I can give you their phone number.

Jason Erlandson

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Joel,

I know of a 6.6x16 Ice castle. Call 218-838-2759.

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Guys thanks for the leads.... Will check them out...

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