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Mike Walerak

FOR SALE: MARCUM LX-5 and Otter Lodge

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For sale: Marcum LX-5 . This is a good working unit, but the case is a little dirty as it is used unit. It has been used a total of about 25 times. $325.00

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Otter Lodge with mods : Used very little last year and not once this year. I do not use it enough to keep it. It is in good shape with one small tear in the skirting. One of the pictures shows that. $425.00

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Email me or give me a call at (507)-390-0382

mw

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Camo green sled, all modded out, very nice!

Joel

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These should go fast at this price. One only needs to look up new and will see that this is a very good price.

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Too bad this wasn't available couple months ago - I would have taken both at those prices. Great job on the shack upgrades by the way.

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I wish I would have sold the Otter earlier. I did not use it once this year.

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You have email Mike. smile.gif

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LX-5 is sold!

The Otter is still available!

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I'm interested in the otter.Do you ever get up towards St.Cloud?

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Hey Guys,

I've fished out of this shack before and I must say it is "pimped" out! It's got compartments for everything. Pretty sweet rig.

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What size/model of Otter sled is it?

Thanks!

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What size/model of Otter sled is it?

Thanks!


It is a Magnum Lodge. That is the one the set up to pretty close to 6'X8'

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Thanks for covering IFF!

It fits 3 people well, typically I put a padded seat on the fish bucket for the middle person to sit on.

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Mike, I responded back to your email you sent this morning. Email or give me a call and we can work something out.

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Man, I'd love to have that shack. Looks like a sweet unit Mike. I'm going to ponder it for a while. That little tear in the skirting doesn't bother me one bit, but thanks for mentioning it.

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Otter Is Sold!

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