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spotter

sold! clam fish trap guide sold! *DELETED*

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Scott M

spotter,

does it have the zippered door in the front as well as the zippered link in the back?

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spotter

yes, I'll try get some pictures this weekend, also i'm located in plymouth

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spotter

I have pics now, 112140.jpg112201.jpg112214.jpg112237.jpg112355.jpg112424.jpg112719.jpg

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RobertELee

Sorry to get off subject spotter, but how well do the covers fit the guides and how easy is it to put on and take off? I want to get one for my guide but a little hesitant. Thanks

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RonZych

I'll give you a Aqua-vu mc series underwater camera(camera,battery,charger,softpack,sun shield) 2 years old and $175.00. If your interested.

Ron

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cornfed

spotter,

still selling? would you take $250, plus i could pick it up?

thanks,

john

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robert

no problem glad to help, the cover goes on and off very easily, worth the 45 bucks to get one.

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ron

i might be interested in the trade, I was planning on buying one at the show. I'll have to investegate the mc series, not sure if thats the one i want, get back to you on that one.

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cornfed

sorry I've got about 500 bucks into this with taxes and the cover and lights

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luv2rapala

Would you consider a trade or partial trade?

e-mail me luv2rapala(at)yahoo(dot)com

I have access to several items (new and used gear)

luv2rapala

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spotter

some kind of trade would be possible, I also got a fl18 and a strikemaster 224 auger that i would trade,I don't know what you got access to but i'm in the market for a hondaeu2000 generator, a aqua view or the new strikelite 4 stroke auger, and a marcum lx5, i would like to upgrade the fl18 and auger, already upgraded the guide to the voyager.

I would be rich if it wasn't for fishing but I'm the happiest poor man alive!!

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luv2rapala

Nuts- can't help you there.

luv2rapala

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walleyechasers3

Spotter, if someone wants to get the price down on the guide, I would be interested in the travel cover wink.gif

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RonZych

I have someone interested in buying the camera on Wed. If it goes through I will be interested in buying the guide. If it doesnt we could still trade if you are interested. I will let you know either way.

Ron

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jigging-matt

Spotter what kind of price are you asking for the fl-18 and the Auger? Might now of an interested party.

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spotter

300 bucks each or maybeye a slight discount if one were to buy both. but that would have to happen before the big ice fishing show next weekend, otherwise i'll just keep them. would like to upgrade but not a priority.

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spotter

thats sounds fine to me if someones is interested in just the house for $300, $25 for the cover

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jigging-matt

I'll let my buddy at work know. He keeps talking about upgrading.

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RonZych

The person buying my camera seems to be dragging his feet a little.

If you are interested in the trade/cash offer I mentioned earlier send me an e-mail. The cover would be needed to be part of the deal.

Here is the camera information.

http://www.naturevisioninc.com/aquavu/pages/pdf/MC2xManual.pdf

I can get it done anytime this week/weekend.

Is the fl-18 a pro-pack,ultra-pack genz pack or no pack?

Ron

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