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DIBBS

2001 Lund 1775 Pro V Tiller

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2001 Yamaha 80 hp 4-Stroke, Stainless Prop

2001 2400 lb Shoreland'r Roller Trailer with swing tongue

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1 Casting Seat

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Minnkota Maxxum 74 lb, 24 volt Transom Mount

Minnkota 65 lb, 60 in shaft, 24 volt Bow Mount, Auto Pilot and Co-Pilot

Lund Travel Cover

Lowrance Global Map 2400 with Mille Lacs Chip

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Call Steve @ 612-219-4972

1/25/2007, AS OF RIGHT NOW BOAT IS SPOKEN FOR - STEVE

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not_nuf_time

If have pics, can e-mail to me [email protected]

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Borch

I'd be interested in Pics as well to jeffonthewater at aol

What kind of top end trolling speed to you get forward trolling with the F80?

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cliffy

I would also be interested if you have any pics of the boat.

If so, please send to [email protected]

Thanks.

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Ice Cold

Send pics if you have them, [email protected]

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Musky_Madness

send some to [email protected] please

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wallyeye

Pics please to [email protected]

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Rick

Picture just added.

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wallyeye

Is the boat still spoken for?

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DIBBS

The boat has been spoken for with money down just waiting for the bank.

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