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Perchwich

Fish Trap Yukon

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Does anyone know where I can pick up a new one? I called the usual suspects and they're all sold out. I need one soon....

Thanks

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Not sure, you could try posting this under ice fishing as well and see if you get more replies.

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did you try Blue Ribbon?

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In case you might have missed one.

Thorne Brothers

Fleet Farm

Cabelas

Gander Mountain

Dicks

Joes

Make sure you have them check their inventory in other stores.

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Did you need a new one? You might be able to pick up a used one at a fair price this time of year.

I Just bought a Yukon this year - moved into from a clam 5600 - and LOVE it...

Good luck with your search!!

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Check around. There is good deals to be had yet. My buddy picked up an X trap2 for $499 ($699 retail) a couple days ago.

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I saw one at Lake Ripley Bait in Litchfield last weekend

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Reeds sports out of Waker is still advertising them at $399, if your headed up that way. You would want one assembled though...

Call Clampcorp out in Plymouth, they should be able to tell you who has some...

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