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deerdragger

*SOLD* 14' Lund (flat floor), custom duckblinds, 20HP w/trailer *SOLD*

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14' Deep/Wide Lund with custom flat floor. The floor was installed 2 years ago - the quality and craftsmanship exceeds factory. Poured foam under sublfloor for flotation and stability, casting platform w/ battery box and dry storage hatch in bow. Carpeted brown. 3 pedestal seats (4 seat locations). Dry storage hatch in stern. Navigation lights and multiple interior lights make untangling decoys and night trolling much, much easier.

Minnkota 42# thrust trolling motor w/ Maximizer. Deep Cycle trolling battery (1 1/2 years old). Rod-Savers. 2 rod holders (3 mounting locations). Heavy duty boat cover. Automatic bilge pump. Lawrance graph (older X-4) that works fine. Fresh paint (duck brown) with new Lund Decals.

Custom made duck blinds that surround the boat and motor - made last fall.

Roller bed/tilting trailer w/ bearing buddies and spare tire.

1989 Johnson 20 HP motor. 100/1 gas to oil ratio. GREAT RUNNER. Always fogged/winterized. New plugs, newer gas tank.

I have owned this boat package for 10 years. It has been a great fishing rig and a duck hunting MACHINE. Always garaged (year-round). Doesn't leak a drop. I will hate myself for selling this boat, but can't afford to get into a larger fishing rig without letting 'er go.

You gotta see this boat. I can email photos. It's located in Grand Rapids. Delivery possible (I get to the Twin Cities regularly).

Boat license good until 2008. Lifetime registration on trailer.

$2500 takes it.

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I'm trying to figure out how to post a couple of photos on the ad...A guy really needs to see this set-up to appreciate it.

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Pictures please, I get to grand rapids weekly. Send pictures and I might be interested.

got_wood14@yahoo.com

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Got Wood - I'll fire off some photos to you first thing in the AM. (Dial up internet at home is not letting me do it tonight).

Any others need photos?

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Got Wood - photos have been sent.

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Any others out there want photos?

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I'll take some pix. please jnapaulsen@msn.com Thanks!

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Sgt Slabber - photos are on the way. Dang, I hate this dial-up internet. Takes FOREVER to send photos.

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Duck hunting is almost upon us - you've gotta see this rig. Price reduced $2250.

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EJ424 - photos have been sent.

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deerdragger...didn't recieve any photos. Can ya try again, thanks!!

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Sgt Slabber - I just sent them again. Email me if you didn't get them. deerdragger@excite.com

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EJ424 - Having problems emailing you - sure you got your address right?

Send me an email and I'll reply to w/ you the photos.

deerdragger@excite.com

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C'mon, guys - Duck season is almost upon us...This is an amazing hunting rig and has been my fishing rig for the past 10 years. Many, many a walleye hauled aboard pulling night-time cranks.

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