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7' x 14' Fish House - $1250

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$1250 for 7’x14’ fish house with newer steel roof and siding on skids. It has two bunks (one on each end), a center table that folds down when not in use, four fishing holes with rattle reels, carpeting, and a gas stove with a 100 lb tank and a separate cooking burner. The house is fully wired with two overhead lights, smaller lights near holes, and a fish alarm all on separate switches. There are two storage cabinets on one wall and some storage space under the bunks. This house is well insulated and great for overnight stays. It has one larger picture window, two small sliding windows, and light paneling to keep the inside bright. The house is located between Brainerd and Garrison off Highway 18.

Email me at rkbesonen@gmail.com and I will send pictures.

Or call Rich at 612-618-6102.

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i am interested will send you an e-mail for pictures.

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i'm also interested. could you please send me some pictures.

bigny033@aol.com

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Can you send pictures to criess@rpu.org as well? Thanks.

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Pics please tanner_b23@yahoo.com Thanks

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Pics please to jimbuboltz at yahoo dot com

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please send pics please. thank you. tnssimon@myclearwave.net

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pics please to beans106 at hotmail . com

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please send pics to dchristianson@arcticcatinc.com

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still for sale? please E-Mail pixs to desmetcory@yahoo.com thanks

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Yes, it's still for sale. I'll send you pixs.

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ok thanks i will be looking forward to seeing them! thanks again

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If still available please send pics to muskymaven@embarqmail.com

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if still available, i would like to see some photos as well

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pics for me too, sspencerjr @ msn.com

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if still for sale please send pics brrttsctt@yahoo.com

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It's still for sale. Pictures have been sent.

Rich

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pics please

greg m @ ironwood dot com

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pics please birdpuppy@hotmail.com thanks!

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I would like pics if not sold...sfold@hotmail.com

Thanks

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rich, i never recieved photos of the house.

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I would take some pics to if it is still available

djschlagel1976@yahoo.com

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same here-bradysolum414@hotmail.com

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please send pics to mattlucas99@hotmail.com

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please send pics to mattlucas99@hotmail.com

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