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6 x 8 retract wheel fish house SOLD

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Am selling this fish house because I simply dont have time to use it. Didn't even take it out this year. My son & I built it 3 years ago and have used it every year except this one.

The trailer was built by Al Poach and has retractable wheels with a winch that lowers one side at a time. It works very well and can be moved and set up in a matter of minutes. The small size makes it very easy to pull with an atv and weighs only 1050#. This is not a professinal

built house by any means but could be remodeled easily. Its nothing fancy but works great.

4 holes with catch covers and sleeves

Trailer lights (brake,signal,tail)

Interior lights, ceiling and each hole

2 inch hitch

Styrofoam insulation

Carpeted floor (turf)

Propane stove

Rattle reels

13inch wheels with fenders-- $1700 into it, now asking $875

The trailer alone was $925 Will send pics

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pics please to darbc23 at yahoo doot com.

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Pics please tdwilson@paulbunyan.net

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please send pics to, joh02185@umn.edu

Where is the house located?

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I'll take some pics please... fishtrap3@yahoo.com

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I'm located in Breckenridge MN

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pics. please, mschansonfarms@loretel.net

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pics please gevers789@hotmail.com

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pics please slabat1064@yahoo.com

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pics please to mndummby@yahoo.com

this would be a great deal for me you are not far from me

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pics please nateskin83@yahoo.com

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I am having trouble opening pics... Nothing there... anyone else having problems??? or is it just me?

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I'll resend them. Anyone else having problems?

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i'd take pics too please... ckaracing @ rrt . net

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Yes, I'm also having trouble opening pics...mschansonfarms@loretel.net

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vital shot 5--I sent you pics but both times came back as undeliverable so let me know.

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PICS PLEASE

travissteffensen1979

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try again...it may have been my spamware blocking.... ckaracing@rrt.net

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triggertrav, email will not send, is that your correct address?

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pics sent vitalshot

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Pics please to lkolson01@embarqmail.com

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please mail pic's tweet0753@aol.com

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If you haven't sold this fish house yet, I'll take some photos please. Thank you.

info@tightlinesguiding.com

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pics please. bwrettke@landolakes.com

Thanks!

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