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Muskysteve

Hi All,

 

I have just purchased a cabin in Frazer bay. We are in need of a recommended cabin inspector. Would anyone be able to provide a recommended contact?

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SkunkedAgain

Out of curiosity, if you already bought the cabin what do you need inspected at this point?

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Wanderer

I was thinking the same thing.  Maybe just know the rest of the story? 🤷‍♂️

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Wakemup52
5 hours ago, SkunkedAgain said:
23 hours ago, Muskysteve said:

Hi All,

 

I have just purchased a cabin in Frazer bay. We are in need of a recommended cabin inspector. Would anyone be able to provide a recommended contact?

Maybe he means the have an offer accepted that is contingent upon inspection, similar to a house sale?

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PRO-V

Any realtor should have a contact for an inspector.

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SkunkedAgain
Posted (edited)

True.

 

For the OP, I should have mentioned that I don't know any inspectors.

 

Most importantly, we should welcome Muskysteve to the forums. There is a lot of great info here about many topics. Search the forums or even just review the fishing reports because there is a ton of information going back years. Feel free to ask questions and join the online family.

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delcecchi
2 hours ago, SkunkedAgain said:

True.

 

For the OP, I should have mentioned that I don't know any inspectors.

 

Most importantly, we should welcome Muskysteve to the forums. There is a lot of great info here about many topics. Search the forums or even just review the fishing reports because there is a ton of information going back years. Feel free to ask questions and join the online family.

Now about where those walleye and crappies are....  

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Muskysteve

I should have stated differently. Offer accepted, sale contingent on inspection. My realtor has provided a contact for inspector, so all set  now. Been fishing vermilion for a decade staying with a buddy on the lake. Have followed the forum for a while as well. Looking forward to exchanging info, I do have some good intel to share but looking forward to learning a lot!

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Wanderer
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Congrats on the cabin!  Thanks for clarifying and not just dismissing us as over-analytical buffoons. 😄

 

Hope the cabin is a gem and we see you around here going forward!

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SkunkedAgain

Well I can certainly be a buffoon of all manners, but it's good that the rest of you didn't get lumped in with me.

 

Congrats on the cabin Muskysteve. 

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SkunkedAgain
6 hours ago, delcecchi said:

Now about where those walleye and crappies are....  

If I knew that, I would have chosen a different screen name. However, I can tell you where the ticks and pine trees are...

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delcecchi
9 hours ago, SkunkedAgain said:

If I knew that, I would have chosen a different screen name. However, I can tell you where the ticks and pine trees are...

I got that covered... Northerns too.  Wife wants a walleye dinner.  Claims she can tell it from nords or bass.   

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bassbouncer
On 7/27/2020 at 10:48 AM, delcecchi said:

I got that covered... Northerns too.  Wife wants a walleye dinner.  Claims she can tell it from nords or bass.   

I’m going to have to take you again. 29” today. Been getting decent fish on the other end

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delcecchi
23 hours ago, bassbouncer said:

I’m going to have to take you again. 29” today. Been getting decent fish on the other end

Not sure if I can do that, we are getting ready to head home pretty soon.   Got some medical checkups.

But sure appreciate the offer. Daughter and grandkids here at the moment

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