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Mad Mulcher

8X16 Mille Lacs permanent fish house. $3000.00

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Mad Mulcher

This 8X16 fish house is located at Rocky Reef Resort but can be moved to any other resort at Mille Lacs for a nominal fee. This house has 5 holes, carpet, insulated floor, rattle reels, 110/12 volt lights, ceiling fan, heater w/thermostat, TV/DVD/VCR, microwave, birch (I think) interior, 2 bunk beds, RV style kitchen table that collapses into a bed and outside storage extension. I will consider trading for a long track snowmobile. (Touring, utility, mountain, etc) More pics are available.

Contact Jeff @ 612-221-3475 or









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Please send more pics to muskymaven@embarqmail.com

Also what are the fees for storage and placement on lake/removal from lake. Can it be used as a place to stay in summer as well?

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If you could send pics my way, that would be greatly appreciated. Also, if you could tell me what your storage rates are in that e-mail that would be cool. How many does the house sleep?



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Hey Mad Mulcher,

Do you have any other pictures that you can send me? campmanitou@hotmail.com

I have a 1998 artic cat bearcat long track w/2up seat in mint condition for sale or trade, let me know what you think.

Matt Koerbitz



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Mad Mulcher

Hi Matt,

This is about all the pics I have but here is a video of the house:

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