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strike master electric Ice Auger $175 (obo)SOLD

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For sale

a 8" Strike Master Electra 12000 ice auger not rechargable-must connect to battery. Has drilled 5 holes-like new! $175

Located in Deer River, MN

Please contact me for questions and photos. newbergs@paulbunyan.net

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first off, you should probably throw this ad in the thread directly below this with ice fishing gear for sale. 2nd, id love some pictures, especially of the house.

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Hi Brian this is where they told me to put it when I purchased the ad.I see there are other fish houses here .Thanks Jason pictures sent

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Hi everyone the fishhouse has been SOLD but auger is still available

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email sent!

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