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AaronM

Zercom Colorpoint (like Vexilar) for Sale!

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I've used this unit maybe 7 or 8 times. Works perfectly! I could pick up my jig in 20 ft of water with no problems on a low sensitivity. It comes with the battery, ice transducer, AND a brand new-never used boat transducer with the necessary hardware. The unit can be used in both the winter for ice fishing or in the summer on a boat. The ice transducer cord had a slight tear in it but I patched it thouroughly with silicone and tape, does not affect performance! I also sent it in to a qualified fish electronics technician to check to make sure the transducer worked properly, which it did. The battery is losing power, and does not hold it's charge for long. If you're looking for a great unit for both winter and summer fishing, this is it! $175. Thanks!

Email @ rinkrat_18@hotmail.com

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Would you consider trading for a ice auger ?

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I'd really like to get cash for it. Thanks!

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Bump!

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Do you still have the color point? I'm interested in it for a second spare.

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Still have it!

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i personally like the zercom colorpoint unit than any other flasher on the market. It picks up your jigs slightest movement and i really like the smaller bars(makes for easier seperation of fish and you know when a fish is right on top of your lure, compared to how large vexilars bars are.) i sure wish they still made them frown.gif

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Thanks for the imput EatSleepFish smile.gif This is definitely a good unit, still for sale for anyone interested! Email at rinkrat_18@hotmail.com or post here. Thanks!

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Bump

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frenzy. contact me at sw_mn_basscaster @ yahoo. com I'd like to talk to you about this unit!!

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Email sent smile.gif

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Bump! Want to move this

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Bump..

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Make an offer. Trades? Rods, rod holders, drift sock, batteries..I don't use this enough!

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125.00?

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Anything higher?

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cmon man that 25 bucks isn't gonna make ya or break ya wink.gif

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Likewise, it wouldn't hurt for you to bump that $125 up a bit smile.gif

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