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LaZyDayZ

6'x10' Fish House For Sale ** Sold

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LaZyDayZ

6' x 10' Fishhouse for Sale - $1800 OBO (reasonable)

Vinyl Siding / Tin Roof

Crank Up Wheels

Crank Out Window / Alum Combination Window

12 Volt Running Lights / Interior Lights

4 Holes - Lights Over 3

20,000 BTU Heater, Thermostatically Controlled

2 Burner Stove

Fold Down Table

Bunk w/Storage Underneath

Single Bunk Above

Additional Fold Down Bunk on sidewall

Insulated Floor

2" Foam Insulated Walls

Also included is a 4 burner stove/oven combination wich was in the house when I purchased it. I removed it to add an additional hole and space.

Will consider trade for 4 wheeler

House located in Owatonna

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muc33

what does it weigh and do you have any interior pics. if so please email to [email protected] I live about an hour and a half away.

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LaZyDayZ

I dont know for sure on weight.

I can tell you i have had it out on 8-10 inches of ice with 4 wheeler with no problems.

I need to get a bunch of my gear out of it tommorow (Sunday 3/25/06) I will snap some interior pics then and post them.

Thanks for looking.

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tight_line

LaZyDayZ, Let me guess, you bought that house from a dude in St. Michael, just last fall, right? I looked at that house then and darn near bought it. How did it work out for you this winter? Why do you want to sell it? I personally didn't like the fact it only had 3 holes for a 2 man set up, but it sounds like you added one. My thoughts were to leave the stove/oven and do something different with the heater and put the 4th hole in the corner. Maybe we can work out a deal.

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LaZyDayZ

You are exactly right on where and when I bought it.

It worked well but is just to small for me and my family.

The kids ended up wanting to go alot more than in the past and it was just to cramped.

I ended up with an 8x18 and this one must go.

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tight_line

I am interested, this is something that would fit my style of fishing, but can't quite commit right now, got a couple of summer projects that come first, but a strong possibility, if the funds are there by the end of summer.

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LaZyDayZ

I hope to have it gone long before then.

Thanks for looking.

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bigb56303

i have a 4 wheeler i might be willing to trade ya i am not sure what your looking for it is a 1994 polaris 4x4 400L its not in perfect condition but it runs well, if interested email me at ksalmi @ astound. net and i can give ya more info if your interested

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LaZyDayZ

keith,

I sent you an email, I mght be interested.

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bigb56303

ya i got it sorry for the delay, i dont have anyway of takin pics. sorry but ill try to get all the info and email ya what i can tell ya if you do a search for a 94 polaris 400L you can see on on line. i also have a windsheild and a rear basket that attaches to the rear rack that would go with it too ill try to get back to you soon with all the details

keith

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