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Renting a Vex?

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Going up to Mille Lacs on Wed. and would like to know where I could rent a Vex. I will be going out of Isle. Thanks

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Thanks guys I know that I will probably want to purchase one but the info that I am looking for right now is where to rent one. Please respond to question only. Thanks

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Fishin4alivin,
Johnson's portside tackle store is right next to Dickies. They rent vex's.
Good Luck...

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leadcore

Portside ..1 mile from isle.

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Drive before you buy...Good idea because I will bet you buy one after you use one.

PCG

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Pig_sticka

save yourself 20-30 bucks and just buy one. if you ice fish even a couple times a year they will pay themselves off. if it is a once in a lifetime outing then go with renting one. but otherwise get a cheap vex for even 150. fl-8s area all over the used gear section. and thats what you would be renting most likely.

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Mr. Pike1

Just buy the FL-18 you will love it !!!!! it has a split screen and great bottom seperation

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