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UPnorthFISHING

Forsale Eskimo lodge ice shelter ****SOLD****

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Forsale a 2 year old eskimo lodge ice shelter used only 3 times..

I just dont need this shelter anymore since i purchased a wheeled house, Im asking $350 for it and its located in ROSEAU MN, can send pics. email me with any question daniel557@centurytel.net

REDUCED TO $300

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The ultimate 4-person portable with LiftClick™ technology

Features Rugged polyethylene case/floor Four 13.5"x30" hinged hole openings

Water and fire resistant heavy duty fabric Extra long skirt

Dual C-style zipper doors

Easy-view windows with covers Mesh side vent windows with velcro flaps

Reflectors on all corners

Large storage pockets, License holder, Pitched roof for maximum height

Folding suitcase style design Pull rope for towing

Specifications: Capacity: 4-person Set-up Size: 92.5" x 84" Height: 75" Travel Size: 92.5"x42"x10.25" Base Size: 92.5"x84" Weight: 98 lbs.

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i added some pics

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any offers???

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Upnorth, Just seen your pics. of this house (portable) and would like to know a bit more about it. If you have a e-mail or phone #, would like to ask a few more ???/ Thanks! Gator

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email me at Daniel557@centurytel.net ill give you my cell number.. call me anytime

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what is ur address might be interested

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my email address is daniel557@centurytel.net and i live 3 miles nw west of roseau if you email me ill give you my cell phone number

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ttt

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UpNorthfishing,

is the ice house still available?

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yes it is..

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if you have any questions or want more pics just email me and ill send you my cell phone number daniel557@centurytel.net

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I'll get back to you in the next day or so. my brother said something about wanting to get an ice house that was big enough for 4 people so I'll run it past him and see what he thinks.

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upnorthfishing,

I asked my brother and he said that a guy at his work is going to sell his old one to him, he says its pretty similar to what you have for sale.....he said to that since we are from the twin cities area he didn't want to drive 6 hrs one way to get in ice house....I told him who cares but he doesn't want to do it.

sorry

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Well... i think i can get it to st. cloud this weekend..

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I emailed him and just got a reply back, he said that he is going to stick with the one from the guy at his work. he has fished in it before and likes it.

sorry

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ok no prob

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still for sale..........ANY OFFERS!!!!

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