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Great deal on portable

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I picked up a great deal on a Fish Trap Voyager at Cabin Fever in Victoria yesterday. They have all remaining inventory marked down $100-250 off. They were great to work with, check 'em out if your looking for a house. There was a few Traps & some Frabill left.

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Sounds like a good deal.

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Clam Scouts are on sale at Gander Mtn in Fargo for $149.97, while they last. Class 2000's same price, $149.97.

Clam X-2's are 499.99, and the Frabill Mag's are $449.99.

A few other deals too on Otters, like the Wild 1.

No outshipping on these, store pick up only...sorry.

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