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outdoor ran

I have two old downriggers that I was given from some FMer's a couple of years ago that I would like to give to someone else. These are old DR with hand cranks and no counters. They worked great for getting my nose wet in the DR fishing. I have since moved up to some newer ones on the big boat and I longer need these.

These are entry level DR and would work good for someone who has a smaller boat and needs them. The booms are 18" and 48".

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Quickstrike

I'll take em, any way of mounting them on a canoe?

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tcumd

Quickstrike...if you for some reason cannot use them on your canoe i would love to take them. They sound like they would work great on my newly purchased 16 foot alumacraft. (218) 371-9195 thanks cameron

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Quickstrike

sounds good casey, thanks again Randy your generocity is appreciatted.

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Steve Foss

Gee, I saw the title of this post and here I was all ready to grab them. Too good of a thing to last, I guess.

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Northlander

Relax Steve its all good in the hood. grin.gif

Steve E-mail me I may be able to find you something.

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outdoor ran

Quick and Tcumd please e-mail me and you both can have one. Heres my e-mail [email protected]

Stfcatfish. I didn't mean to upset ya. I seem to be good at that confused.gif I just wanted someone on our site to get these DR, so I did'nt want it put on the free site thats all. I said please and thanks but you still took it the wrong way. I'm giving the DR's to the first two guys to respond. A little quicker and you would of had one grin.gif No hard feelings man.

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Steve Foss

Hey ran, it's all good. You've got mail, too. grin.gif

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tcumd

Outdoorran- you have mail...thanks a lot man. smile.gif Cameron

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Quickstrike

Hey Casey, I was thinking that you would get more use out of them then I would so just go ahead and take both of them. Thanks again for the offer Randy. Hopefully we see them pop up again in a few years and another FMer can get to enjoy them! smile.gif

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OUTDOORNUT

Quick,

I've got a manual you guys can strap on the canoe whenever you need it. Just let me know and I'll bring it by.

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