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Foster

PRICE REDUCED!! Otter Magnum Village portable shack w/Heater pkg

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Foster    0
Foster

This is the kind of shack that flips both ways for maximum space. The shack has a couple of holes(hey, I used it)that have been repaired. The tub is in good shape. The Hyfax runners are in OK shape. The only wear spot is right where the front of the tub flattens out on the bottom. Also included is a homemade tow bar and factory cover. I have two homemade seats that I will throw in if you want. The heating package is the custom hose and two used heater/cookers in good shape. You can run the two heaters and a lantern or bbq grill. I am asking $650 all to go. Photos upon request. Regards, Foster

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...not even one reply?

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Dakota Iceman    0
Dakota Iceman

I fish with this guy and it is a nice set-up, if anyone is looking for an outfit this would be ideal to take kids or other fisherman with...lots of room!!

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Too big for me but I'd like to see some pics to check it out :-)

Free bump

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Please send pics, rueckerto@hotmail.com thanks, may be interested, I have 3 kids and a wife to entertain.

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boener    0
boener

I can get a new one for 589.00 how much without the heater?

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iffwalleyes

boener where are you finding them for that price might be interested myself for those prices. When I add up the cost of everything he listed it totals $730 new. So if you found new ones for $589 that is great deal.

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Iffwalleyes...please show me your figures,I am curious. Here is how I figured it:The canvas was $480 new... tub $125... cover $40...hyfax runners $50. $695 so far. Heater line cost me $120.... two heater cookers @$45 each. $905 is my cost. The towbar is $40, but I made it myself so I didn't figure it in. That's almost $950. FWIW,I will deal on this shack. Regards, Foster

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boener

I wasnt looking at the heaters just the house and sled.. Its not a bad deal, but I have my own heaters and wouldnt need them.

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Foster    0
Foster

Hey, thanks for looking anyway.

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Dakota Iceman    0
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Hey you wildman....what the hell are you up too?????? I know your not getting out of the swirling vortex so that leads me to believe your upgrading equipment again!!! Been kinda quiet the last week and half.....I know your up to no good. Iceman out>

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Thanks for the photos!

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Foster

Hey Iceman!! Yea, I look at this river everyday and silently I converse with the walleye gods. They told me that one of those enclosed trailers that you can pull out on the ice is the ticket to walleye heaven. I did get a report that you need to be updated on... Right now the water is up... you know what that means!!

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You fellers got mail...

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I am reducing my asking price from $650 down to $600. Thanks! Foster

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bump.

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