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Tyler Holm

Neighborhood Watch Program (Help protect your property)

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Tyler Holm

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I think this is a great idea and I've reserved 25 of these stickers for anybody interested in the Rochester area.

These are great for permanent shacks as well as portables. This will be an easy way to show which ice shacks are FM / HSO owned. Great way to meet other FMers and show your support as well as knowing your shack will be watched by other FMers.

$1.00 each.

Contact me if you’re interested, and I'll have them along at the Backwater Brawl and the Zumbro Zinger, and potentially anywhere you'd like to pick one up at.

If you would like me to mail you one, fire me an email and we’ll discuss details offline. ($1.39 for 1st one and $1.00 for each additional)

New Warning Sticker

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# left = 3

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Tyler Holm - 2 (got'em)

Meaney - 2

RugbyGuy - 1 (got'em)

Hanson1287 -2 (got'em)

Scrod - 2 (got'em)

Dave Frank - 2 (got'em)

smg04 - 1 (saved)

Rob W - 2 (got'em)

Nate Larson - 1 (saved)

Tweedlap - 5 (got'em)

Dan B - 2 (got'em)

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Meaney

I will take one

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Rugbyguy

Hold one for me Holmslice

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ikeslayer

That is a heck of an idea guys. i have heard some horror stories about ice shacks getting broke into. i also was wondering if i could get one to put on the side of my boat since i am too A.D.d. for ice fishing. ike

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Meaney

haha, nice idea ike!! smile.gif

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Tyler Holm

Revised Sticker Infomation. The new image is what we will be getting so now you can put one on your boat, snowmobile, ATV, ice shack, etc...

New Warning Sticker

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Meaney

EVEN BETTER!! will take 2 now smirk.gif

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hanson1287

I'll take two from ya Tyler

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Scrod

Tyler if you have any left I would like a couple for the shacks!

Scott

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Tyler Holm

I still have 16 left if anybody is interested. These are on a first come first serve basis.

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David Frank

Tyler,

Reserve a couple for me!

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smg04

i guess i'll take one from ya tyler if ya still got some, has anybody tried to put them on a canvas icehouse? are they iron on or just a sticker? just wondering what would be the best way to stick it on my clam?

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DEADhead

probably on the vinyl window

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hanson1287

Tyler got two for me?

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Tyler Holm

Shawn,

They are stickers, and like Deadhead said, they would stick best to the plastic windows or the sled portion.

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Tyler Holm

Hanson,

I've got 2 for ya. There is a running total in my first post atop this thread. I've got 13 left.

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Tyler Holm

Here's an idea....

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nate larson

Hey Tyler,

I will take one of these signs as well. I just bought an otter last week and would like to put one of these on it.

Thanks!

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DEADhead

Ty, you should scramble the DNR # on your shelter tag as well. if that's what you were going for on the cardboard....

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Tyler Holm

5 left as of now. For those that want them, kindly send me an email we'll work out the details on how you'd like to receive them.

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Tyler Holm

I believe I'm sold out of these stickers. I had a few email over the weekend and will honor those requests. If I've reserved sticker(s) for you, please email me and we'll arrange an exchange that is fitting. I'd like to get these stickers to you sooner rather than later.

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Tyler Holm

Sorry for digging up an old thread, but I do have 5 of these left. I could part with 2 or 3 of them. Email me if interested.

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