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Winter Storage Available

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Winter Storage available for boats / campers/ vehicles / etc. Indoor, very secure facility ((no issues in 25 years) Winter rates $150.00 - $225.00

952-212-1953 New Prague

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Can you shoot me an email at s_e_hendricks@comcast.net

I usually don't put the boat away until the end of Nov. Just wondering if you have openings at that time of year. How much do you charge for a 16.5 footer?

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A few spots still available. Numerous FM'ers for the past several years as references.

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Where you located and how much for 20' boat-tip of trailer to end of motor for the winter?

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Checking to see cost on a 20' crestliner sitting on a dual axle trailer with swing way tongue. I also would need to get to the boat around the 1st of March for our Walleye trip to Chamberlain SD. Would this be a problem.

Please respond by sending the info to wendlandmike@Hotmail.com

I cannot get to this site at work!!!

Thanks

Mike

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I have a 20' warrior that will be built in December. Probably the first or second week. Can I reserve a spot, and how much?

Thanks, Brent 612 490 0325

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absolutly, give me a call when you are ready. looks like some warmer weather coming later next week, still time to get out

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Bpoli2-any spots still and whats cost for a 17' rig?

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Thx- will call you early next week...

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bpoli2 -

Any room for a 17' boat with swing tongue trailer?

Just drove by my current "indoor" storage place and the boat is outside and has been there since mid Novemeber. mad

If so, when could I drop it off and how much?

CHURN

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$100.00 how about this weekend

call if interested

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