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Mats for flip over portables

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I have a bunch of these dance pad mats that work great to keep your feet off the ice.I use them in my portable and they work great.They do not absorb water.They are about 1 inch thick.I have at least80-100 of these.They are free.Located in fairmont.Please post in here if you want some and send me an email as well. danbicknase@charter.net

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aprox what size are they Dan?

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I measured one and its about 11 inches by 16.

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great offer wishing, very nice of you. Good luck with those.

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Hi Dan,

I could use 10-15 of those mats. I am an Assistant Scoutmaster and teach kids the fishing meritbadge. We take the kids ice fishing on our winter campouts. Those mats would help greatly when we are just sitting on a pail. I sent you an email for directions.

Thank you very much for the offer.

Thanks, Bruce

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Hi Bruce

I replied back to your email.Using these for kids is perfect.Hopefully keep them out there a little longer.

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do you happen to have any left, or are they gone?

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I still have about 40 of them.

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Hey Wishing for Walleyes, I sent you a new e-mail today on the mats. Thank's Mncanepole

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I will be dropping off 20-30 of them for you.

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If anyone in mankato would like any of these i am going there friday morning around 10am and would gladly bring a few extras along.

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Thank's Dan, This is very much appreciated by me, of you going out of your way. I hope down the road I can repay the favor.

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dan, do you think i can get a few of them from ya?

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Bass N Spear...You sure can.Shoot me an email and we can figure something out. danbicknase@charter.net

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Bruce

Are the kids able to fish in portables and still get their meritbadge?If so please contact me as i have a couple old portables i would love to donate for the kids.It is priceless taking kids fishing.I would even be willing to deliver these to you as i have a trailer.1 portable is an eskimo lodge that is an 8x8 suitcase with floor.The other is 3 man blue tarp style with a floor.Thank You for taking the time to teach kids fishing.....It is priceless.

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email sent

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Hi Dan,

Thank you very much for the mats. The houses would be a great addition for the troop. We could get more boys out fishing and keep them warm at the same time. Yes they can be in a house for the meritbadge. They have to catch 2 different species of fish by legal means. Release one. Clean, prepare and cook the other one. Plus learn all about the different equipment(summer and winter), rules and regulations, etc. It was very nice meeting you. Thanks again. Please give me a call or email, when you will be in the area.

Bruce

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Bruce

It was great to meet you as well.I will let you know when i am able to deliver you the portables.They should give you a few years of use.

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Hey Dan Thank's a million for droping those mats off for me in Madelia. I haven't seen them yet, my nephew picked them up for me. I'm getting them from him tomorrow. Again THANKS,they will come in very handy. MNcanepole

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Your very welcome.Hope they work well for you.

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hey dan,

we will have to set up a time where i can get a few of them off your hands. Please save 4 for me!!!!

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Anytime it works out will do.I will save you 6 of them.

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I would like three if you have any left. I will send you an email

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I replied back to you via email and will save 7 of them for you.

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that would be awesome, thanks

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