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Retractable wheel Fish House, $ 1000

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Retractable wheel permament, I believe it's 8'x 8'

I used it 3 times this year, 4 holes, propane heater, 12 V lighting, 4 holes 2 rattle reels, vinyl siding.

Wheel mechanism needs fixed, but it's a solid frame.

Price at $ 1,000.00

Located near Faribault, MN. 30 miles south of MPLS

Email for more pics

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val, is it the house you had on mazaska this year?

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Yes Sir, it's the same, but I think I oversize it, I believe it's a 8ft x 8ft, sorry for the mistake.

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Is the house still for sale? if so can I have some more pics? and another question is that is it strong enough to make the back door bigger so that I can drive an ATV inside?

Thanks Big Fish Hunter247

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Sorry forgot to put my e-mail addy its EATSLEEPFISH365 at yahoo.com

Big Fish Hunter247

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Howdy how was your trip Im the guy that bot that e-stear from you anyway could I get some pictures of fish house inside and out?

thanks BAT

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I forgot e-maill

box_car at comcast dot net

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I would like to see more Pics, the Inside, and the Frame as well as the Wheel work needed. What is that wheel work that is needed and is it trailerable as is....

Email: bgfish00@yahoo.com

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House still for sale? could I get some pics. jlyons06@hotmail.com Thanks, Jordan

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Hey val if you dont get rid of it and decide you want to dump it, I have a 15 hp longshaft evinrude (late eighties I believe) that Ill trade you. It runs but needs carb rebuilt. I bought the rebuild kit but havent actually rebuilt it yet. Just throwing it out there, always looking for a deal.

b(dot)(Contact US Regarding This Word)(at)att(dot)net

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Moby, send me an email, you address doesn't look too good... grin.gif

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I am interested in the house. Can I get more pictures, and is it trailerable at this time? Thanks

cnbwedde at lakesplus (Contact US Regarding This Word)

Thanks

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Guys why instead of posting here you don't send me an email ? My address ir right below here on my signature.

This way we avoid all the confusion with various modified email addresses.

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u have mail

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Moby I cannot email you anymore your address has problems at att.net

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Since I don't foresee me fishing with this house, I am putting it back on amrket.

It is now towable with no problem, just not as as fast as a regular trailer, but can be moved around.

It does not have lights....

Price same as above.

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I'd easily pay you $1000 for that house. email me if you still have it spicer.lattu@ndsu.edu

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Email sent. Are you from Fargo ?

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I got the email, I'm not "from" fargo, but I am attending school here...family's in Int'l Falls area

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