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Nearly new Fish Trap Pro *SOLD*

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I have a gently used, almost new 1 man Fish Trap Pro for sale. It was bought last year and is Trap-Link compatable, however, I don't have the trap-link its self. Always stored indoors.

Here's some features copied from Clam's website:

• New Trap-Link™ portable shelter connection system

• New Rear vinyl window with roll-up cover

• New “D” Door

• New Extra wide tent skirt

• New Removable cushioned swivel seat

New Movable accessory/beverage console

• Soft and durable rod and accessory hammock

• Heavy-duty mesh storage pockets

• Front vinyl window with roll-up cover

• Two mesh side vent-windows

• Four outside corner safety reflectors

The shelter's been used no more then 4-5 times for short outtings and is still in new condition. It includes the optional travel cover. It holds all of my gear very well and I LOVE the gear tray! The seat slids back and forth and swivels, and it's very comfortable! There's plenty of room in front for 3-4 holes, a buddy heater or two, bucket and even your feet. It's extremely light and easy to pick completely up full of gear for loading/unloading. I'm only selling it because I'm buying a home and need to clear out some stuff.

Asking $200 obo, virtually brand new in mint condition.

I'll try to get some pics of it, but it looks brand new. Whatever pics I take will look like what you'd see on clam's website. The only difference is that I bought it from Gander Mt. So it has that printed on the side. Thanks for looking!

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