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Frabill Recon 1 man flip over fish house. 2 years old, no holes or tears. Only pulled on snow and ice so bottom is near new. Removable windows in mint condition with blackout covers inside and closeable vents.  Added Reflectix thermal insulation on the top and back so it really holds the heat in and lights up easier with no added weight. Folding and detachable seat mount and folding padded seat included.

$150 Firm.  **Does not include travel cover***

Collapsed: 50"L x 31"W x 18"T, Open: 92"L x 31"W x 56"T. Weight: 50 lbs. Located in West Bloomington. Please contact me here via PM. Thanks for your interest.

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