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retractable wheel fishhouse for sale

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Retractable wheel fishhouse for sale built in 2002.

- 6 1/2 feet x 14 feet

- Black Aluminum sheet siding

- Sleeps (4) w/ 1 box bunk and 3 fold-up

- 15,000 BTU Empire heater with thermostat

- (2) 12 volt lights

- 2 gas lights

- Insulated floor with carpet

- paneled interior w/ white melanine ceiling

- 2 insulated vinyl windows

- camper door w/ screen and deadbolt

- exterior porch light

- am/fm/cd Stereo

- Outside plug-in for generator

- 7 holes

- Drop tongue

- towing lights

- (2) 20lb propane tanks

- spare tire

frame is is factory built 2"x3" tube frame, with 1" steel studs for walls and roof, and a coil spring suspension system, it is very well made.

Sorry about the outside being a little dirty... I live on a gravel road.

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The house is in Park Rapids area and if you have any question feel free to give me a call 651-451-8192

$4950.00

Thanks Mark

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any more pics? Could you email the ones you have to nss@cableone.net

How well does it tow? How far have you ever towed it? Thank sNooner

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hada, I have towed it from the cities to red lake. It towes good. I will send you some more pictures. thanks Mark

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Quote:

any more pics? Could you email the ones you have to

How well does it tow? How far have you ever towed it? Thank sNooner


Dom....it's approximately 4 hrs. to the big lake, are thinging of what I'm thinking....LOL!

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you are a mind reader.

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I will be up north this weekend til monday, so if anyone wants to look at it give me a call. ( 651-451-8192 ) thanks Mark

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Mark- send me an email woodman at paulbunyan dot net, I have a few questions for you. smile.gif

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Woodman, you got mail.. thanks

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Right back at you! grin.gif

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Could you please send some pictures to me. I would like to see the floor and the hole covers and tell me anything else you can.

Thanks

rlais@browerville.k12.mn.us

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Kennels, you got mail. thanks Mark

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Please send me pics. p_flicek@yahoo.com

Thanks,

Flash

"Set the Hook"

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flash, you got mail! thanks

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ttt!

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TMan you got mail. Thanks Mark

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The lakes will be frozen soon!!!! cool.gif let me know if you would like to see it or email more pic's. 651-451-8192 thanks Mark

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ttt

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I would Like some pics of the inside Please Email Me at chrisroemhilldt@yahoo.com Thanks Chris54 smile.gifsmile.gif

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Pops and Chris, you both got mail.. I was out of the office on wednesday sorry it took so long. I think I am going to the cabin this weekend if you would like to see it. let me know. thanks Mark

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Nice icehouse. If it had ATV doors in the back I would have jumped all over it by now. It is pretty much a necessity for me to be able to haul mine. frown.gif

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I've fished out of this on Red Lake and it works real well. Anyone would be happy with this rig, if we get better weather, that is.

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