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**LAST CHANCE** 2008 8X20 Ultimate Lodge Fish House

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Red, V-Nose, Tandem axle, Cedar Interior, Dinette, Loveseat, storage cabinets, 4 bunks, 10 holes, 3 burner stove and oven, bathroom, cd/dvd stereo system, 110 converter, catch covers and lighted holes. Sleeps 5-6. Non-smoking, no pets. EXCELLENT CONDITION!! Manufacturers warranty still in effect. Used as a demo during the 2008 ice fishing season. Was $19,700 reduced to $18,600!! Available IMMEDIATELY!! At High Banks Resort on Lake Winnibigoshish, call 800-365-2560.

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Additional Note - this unit is designed to be used year round. Would make a great camper/hunting shack too!! Full retail on this unit is over $31,000 - it's a great deal!!

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Price slashed - available immediately!!

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Last chance to get in on this great deal!! If purchased before 4/15/08 we'll include shipping. Give us a call at 800-365-2560!!

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Unit is sold as of 4/17/08

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Congrats to the buyer...these are awesome units.

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From your picture, you must have one also

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The buyer should love this unit, I have the same setup except with the rv/toy hauler door in the rear.

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Same here...i got the 20'er with the toy door on the back.

just love it.

It's going to double as our summer cabin once i find a resort in the right place with the right stuff, next to the right lake... ;\)

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...just an FYI - we have 3 spacious seasonal sites still available for 2008. Our wooded campground is brand new and has full hook-ups and we are located on the east side of Lake Winnie. Give us a call if you would like more info at 800-365-2560.

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