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Permanent Fish House ***LOWERED TO $1,150***

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8ft. x 8ft., 4 hole, 4 windows, 4 rattle reels. Shingled roof and pressboard floor (solid with no weak spots). Reddy Heater brand GLOWARM 30,000 BTU heater that runs on LP. House is wired up direct current. Has fan and 2 overhead lightbulbs. You can either plug your generator into the wall or hook up the cable to your vehicle battery and plug it into the wall to run the electricity. Good rubber on the tires and pulls fine at 55mph. Inch and 7/8 ball hitch. Good condition. $1,150.

I couldn't figure out how to post the photo's on here, but I can send them thru email. barrettanderson@yahoo.com

Thanks,

Barrett

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arcticcat400

im not really interested in buying this but would just like to see some pics of how you used up the space since i have a house the same size so if you could please send pics to

chevy_arcticcat@yahoo.com

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jtk15

pics please....

jamiekunst at hotmail.com

thanks

NOTE A CHANGE ON THIS>

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BANDERSO

Pics have been sent.

Articcat400, I tried your mailbox twice and it fails to deliver. send me an email to barrettanderson@yahoo.com and i'll send you the pics from that.

Let me know if you didn't get pics.

Thanks,

Barrett

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BANDERSO

marty, you have mail.

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WalleyeGal

Thank you,

The "other half" is going to stop and take a look today. This is actually MY idea...

Isn't it usually the other way around??? The guy has to talk the wife into getting a fishhouse??? grin.gif

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BANDERSO

He is a lucky man indeed!!!:-)

call me with any questions. 218-444-7198

thanks

barrett

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BANDERSO

jtk15, you have mail

barrett

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CSTPETER

All, I've fished out of this house and can tell you it's a comfortable, quality shack with a heater that will melt your hair!! I'm surprised Your getting rid of this, All that talk of a youg'n must be getting to you. cool.gif

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BANDERSO

yep,

fish house for baby furniture!

but i'm happy about that right???

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BANDERSO

Glen, John, Arcticcat. Pics sent out

Thanks,

Barrett

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BANDERSO

skipper, I sent your pics.

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BANDERSO

Hi FMers,

218-444-7198 lets talk, or email me for pics or to chat!!!

Thanks,

Barrett

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Sandmannd

Can I have some pics please? s_e_hendricks@comcast.net Don't know if I'll be able to talk the wife into it since I just talked her into a new boat, but it's worth a shot and pics help.

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BANDERSO

pics sent out.

barrett

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metrojoe

I may have missed it, but where did you say the house is located?

Could you send me some pics as well. joemmn(at)lycos(dot)com

Thanks

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BANDERSO

you have mail joe.

barrett

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joe, I recieved a return to sender from the mailer daemon.

he said that address didn't work. I used joemmn@lycos.com

send me an email to barrettanderson@yahoo.com and i'll forward you pics from there.

thanks,

barrett

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