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Northlander 8X8Thinsulate Canvas Portable/ZercomRTS Flasher

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This is by far the warmest shack I have ever fished out of,"PERIOD!" Most days we can't run the little buddy on low without having the door unzipped. The outside canvas is black and really absorbs the suns heat. The inside canvas is white and radiates any light for night fishing. In between the two layers of canvas are layers of thinsulate insulation to retain heat and shield out cold and wind. The skeleton is made up of strong aluminum tubing. The bottom is made of 3/8th treated plywood on 2X2's, with 1X4"s on the side's, with hinges in the middle. All wood has been treated. Floor has in/out carpet marine grade. Eight holes, arranged to fish, up to four. Eight catch all covers. Folds neatly to fit between the wheel-wells. I have $850.00 in it, and only fished out of it 4 times. It is only one season old and in perfect shape. Asking $700.00

Zercom RTS "Real Time Sonar" Has hard pack and charger. NO battery. Still works great. Asking $75.00

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Do you have the zercom still avalible?

if so please drop me a line.

chris.p.marks@comcast.net

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Hey Dean, can you send pics.? mschansonfarms@loretel.net

Thanks!

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Sorry to keep you guys waiting. My wife had my camera in Omaha. I should have the pics to you later today.

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I am still interested in the flasher if availible?

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where are you located? Looking possibly at flasher.

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Thank for not getting back to the people that would like to purchase something that you took the time to post.

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Percherman,

Very interested in the 8x8, send me some pics Please!!

taggartatwiktel.com

Thanks

Jason

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Mvanoterloo, I wanted to make sure it was working well, so I put in a batt and took it out to the lake last weekend. I have a pic I can send just need your E address Thanks

The stats on the unit are 600watts peak power, 2.65" target seperation, 4-depth, 15',30',60',120' , 64-segment RT bar display.

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pearchman,

I might still be interested on the zercom if availible

chris.p.marks@comcast.net

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pics sent thanks

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