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Ice Fishing Package

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Ice Fishing Package for sale. I’m updating my ice fishing ensemble, so if you’re just getting started in ice fishing, or need another complete set-up this is the opportunity to get it all for one low price. Included in the package is:

1. 2-year old Gander Mtn edition 5600 (w/o link openings). Includes 4’ rope lite. Floor is carpeted. No rips or tears in the fabric and all zippers are in perfect condition.

2. 4-year old Vexilar FL-8 w/ std. carrying case & battery monitor. Battery new this year. Perfect condition. Has all the ’06 features.

3. 10-year old Eskimo 10”, 2-hp gas powered ice auger w/18” replaceable extension. Starts and runs very good. No plastic handles on this one, its a real work horse.

4. 2-Medium action, 30” fishing sticks w/open bail reels. Complete with line.

Located in Ham Lake, MN area. Please do not ask to break-up the package. All of this stuff is used but not abused and is to be sold as is.

Package Price is $600.00

Please send requests to jackolson40@gmail.com Thank you

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Would you be willing to break up the package? I'm looking for a Vex.

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Sorry hartner62, one of the requirements for listing multiple items is that it is sold as a single package. By doing it this way, I am saving $$$ by listing several items within one and passing the savings on to the buyer. Thanks

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[Please do not pick apart adds. Thanks, Admin]

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Well sunkinboat, I hope you find a deal like that. Sorry, but I'm pretty firm on my price, and if it doesn't sell, I'm only out the cost of this ad.

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I think you are right on the money for what you are asking for. If I had the money it would be sold. However I do think if you would post this around Nov. to early Dec. it would sell a lot easier.

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Thanks for the support theicefishingkid, if it doesn't sell now, I'll try again next season. Just trying to pass on a good deal at this time.

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