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Hopper

Fish House on wheels 6 1/2 x 12...Excellent Shape

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Hopper

6 1/2 foot x 12 foot King Crow 2003

- Light Blue Aluminum sheet siding

- Sleeps (3) w/ 1 box bunk and 2 fold-up

- 15,000 BTU Empire heater with thermostat

- (2) 12 volt lights, (3) 12 volts above holes

- floor with carpet

- Camo paneled interior and ceiling

- 3 insulated, sliding windows w/ screens

- exterior porch light

- 1850 Coleman Generator (2003)( $350 value, used little)

- 20 inch DVD/TV 2004...excellent condition Mounted in corner. Must go with house ( $200 value)

- 7 holes

- Drop tongue ( needs new cable, buddy tried to crank when frozen, so it is frayed)

- towing lights for travel ( travels great at 65 mph)

- 100lb propane tank, works great

- spare tire

We have used this house once last year, having a baby and it must sell. If you want pictures I will email them to you. I live west of Brainerd, MN if you want to come and take a look. I can email you directions.

4500.00 or B/O

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Flash

Pics please

p_flicek@yahoo.com

Flash

"Set the Hook"

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TRIPSTOWIN

pics please

zajacs(at)comcast.net

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Hopper

I sent out one pic, I will get everyone pic's of the inside and more of the outside, plus the Generator and 100lb tank pic's.

Email me if you didnt get the one i sent out. Still for sale, lot's of interest..

Thanks Hopper....

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Quillback Sucker

I'm from the Brainerd Area. Can I arrange a viewing? Tonight or tomorrow work for you?

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BrittPup

Can I get picture too.

Thanks

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Hopper

Did everyone get the pic's i sent? I hope i didn't fill up your email. We had a little problem with our home computer.

Hopper

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Hopper

Let me know if you didnt get any pic's

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stpauliguy

Would also like to see pics as well please Nevermind908@yahoo.com

Thank You

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Hopper

Did everyone get the pictures????

Thanks Hopper

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hoggs222

pics please hoggs22(@) yahoo (Contact Us Please)

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    • PRO-V
      I always did best with frozen Cisco's suspended on a quick strike rig.
    • PRO-V
      I tried a few times during that 30 below weather. Saw nothing but thousands of wolf tracks. That night while we sat on the hunting shack deck having a cigar a pack of coyotes we're yipping out by our trucks 400 yds away. They were probably tipped off by our generator though and couldn't get them to come in. I did see 2 moose 30yds in front of me going into one calling spot. That was cool.
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