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anyfishwilldo

I was at Mills Fleet Farm today, and noticed that they have the H2OC for $229.

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Deep_Sinker

L&M Fleet has the Expedition C for $259, H2O C for $219 and H20 for $149...plus the 2006 MN Lakemaster chip for $55 and 2007 for $69 too!

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setterguy

Which Fleet Farm where you at? I guess I can call a few in the morning..thanks for saving me 30 bucks.

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Huskiedevle

setterguy,I picked one up at the Mills store in Brooklyn Park,just yesterday. If I remember right, there was one H2O C left in the display case.For whatever it is worth, the LakeMaster chips they have are the 2006 edition. 2007's were not available there yet.Brooklyn Park also had a ifinder Hunt GPS as well. 229.00 for the H2O C. Came to about 245.00 with tax.

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setterguy

Thanks, but I was 10 minutes late....all Fleet farms in the cities and Hudson are out I have one ordered but the guys said he has no idea when they might come in. He said he sold the last one 10 minutes before I got there. I was going to call and put one on hold but forgot my phone on the way there.

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L&M Fleet has the Expedition C for $259, H2O C for $219 and H20 for $149...plus the 2006 MN Lakemaster chip for $55 and 2007 for $69 too!


What is the difference between the H20C and the Expedition.

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CabinBoy

I believe the Expedition has a compass, barometer, and you can plug an MP3 player into it.

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rcook72

I got a H20 online from tigergps for 144.00 with delivery. Chips were 80.00 so I will get my chip at F/F.

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muchowja

Ordered my H2Oc online at outdoor superstore for $226 to my door. It took 5 days but I couldn't find one at FF.

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crop

Cabelas has the black and white one on sale in catalouge for 129

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youngie22

tiger gps expedition c $242 and hunt c $303.

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