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Jake09

Spear House??

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Jake09

I was just wondering if anyone is selling or if anyone would want to trade something for a spear house

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hunt&fish89

how big of a house are you looking for, and what is your price range.

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Jake09

Um i dont really have a set size on a house as long as its in good condition and it depends on the house on what i will pay.

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Jake09

Thanks Huey

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hunt&fish89

i have a 6X8 spear house with 2 spear holes. it has a door on each end of the house. treated 1/2 inch plywood on the floor and 3/8 inch plywood on the walls that are built out of 2X2s. it was only used one season and has been stored in a shed all summer.

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bassNspear

Jake, Welcome to FM. Glad to see you part of the family.

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Jake09

how much would u want for that spear house or if u want a trade for something if u need something?

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hunt&fish89

probably right around 1000

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Jake09

is it insulated, and is there a heater in it if not thats not to big of a deal.

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hunt&fish89

yes, the walls and the floor are both insulated

the house does not come with a heater, i always just used a mr. buddy

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Jake09

ya those heaters are always nice to i haved a couple and the insulated floor and walls are always a plus. Im gunna see if anyone else has a house on here that sounds good like that and compare prices if there are any other ones. so i will let you know if i will take ur house on wednesday i will have a post on here telling you if i will take it. Most likely i will.

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BehindtheHead

i have a spear house for sale

4x6 insulated with no heater. it has skis on the back. fits in the back of the truck and can be loaded with one man. on early ice i put all my stuff in it and pull it out by hand. it has been used 2 seasons.

i would take $300

give me a call 507-661-0559 Matt

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Jake09

how long could u hold that house for matt i could have the money next week

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Jake09

or i could even have the money by this sunday.

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Jake09

or i could even have the money by this sunday

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merkman

I have a complete spearing package that I will let go for $350

4X6 Canvas house (21"X42" Hole)

Insulated Cover

Choice of spear

Fish Saw

Ice Tongs

2 rattle wheels

1 Fake Decoy and 1 live harness.

I need to raise money to buy an auger.

merk

at

prodigy

dot

net

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