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SOLD Fish trap Voyager FOR SALE *DELETED*

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Send Pics please caseywave11@hotmail.com. Does it have the tow package to connected to a sled. Looking forward to seeing the pics.

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Is this a two man house and how old is it.

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as the current owner of a voyager, I'd jump on this guys!!! it is a very large 2 man portable, this is a great deal!!

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Very interested.

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It just has the rope to pull it .call me I have pics on my cell phone i can send them to your phone if you have one. 651-208-7654 thanks I should be home all day .

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This house is two years old . used only twice.

it is a2-3 man house. please fell free to call 651-208-7654

I dont even know if i'm doing this right and I type tihs one

finger talking would be much faster thanks

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    • monstermoose78

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    • BringAnExtension

      Posted (edited)

      I don't have much to report, as I have not been fishing much lately, but wanted to add a topic on our quiet forum.

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      Edited by BringAnExtension
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