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OTTER LODGE FISH HOUSE SETUP

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For Sale: I have an otter lodge fish house. It has been used for 2 seasons, probably a total of a dozen times. It has the new style square tubing poles, green tarp. In very good shape, only thing wrong is there is a crack in one of the plastic side windows. Included is the sled and house setup are 2 cushioned swivel seats, travel cover and a 4' rope light. Only reason for selling is I need a different setup with 2 small children starting to fish. Otter is asking $715 dollars for this setup on their website. I'm asking $450 OBO pics available. 701-520-0671

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I wish you were a bit closer and I would see about perhaps a trade. I have a 1060 Clam and have a friend who might be interested if I can find a deal on an Otter. Where in ND are you located?

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Syd,

Shoot me an email when you get a chance. I think I can help you and your buddy out.

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For Sale: I have an otter lodge fish house. It has been used for 2 seasons, probably a total of a dozen times. It has the new style square tubing poles, green tarp. In very good shape, only thing wrong is there is a crack in one of the plastic side windows. Included is the sled and house setup are 2 cushioned swivel seats, travel cover and a 4' rope light. Only reason for selling is I need a different setup with 2 small children starting to fish. Otter is asking $715 dollars for this setup on their website. I'm asking $450 OBO pics available. 701-520-0671


NDfarmer, I may have a trade for you. Please send pics since I am looking for a Lodge anyway. I have a Clam 6800 6X8 and I have fished 4 people out of it before. If your at all interested in a trade, let me know.

UGUIDE

952-484-0955

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Pictures please. Also what part of ND are you located in.

jpcwikla@wiktel.com

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where is the house located and do you have any pics

thanks

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I guess I wouldn't get your hopes up too much, guys. This post is over 6 months old and it was his last post. Not that it wouldn't have been a good deal, but don't hold your breath.

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I dont think Chris checks out this site that often and at this time of the year he is trying to finish his field work, but I can tell you that I am the new proud owner of the otter lodge he posted here and it was what was advertised. A rock solid house at a fair price. I am sure only he can close this post but the otter is in my shop. Thanks

Jay

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