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For Sale: Fish Trap X4 4-man portable ice shelter!!!!!'

My father won this in a raffle earlier this year, and is not an ice fisherman. I'd love to take it as this thing is awesome, but my small 2-man shelter is good enough, and I simply don't have the room. So, my dilema is your opportunity!

Call it the Mothership of the X lineup, this 4-person monstrosity called Fish Trap X4 – the largest Fish Trap ever built. Basically, it looks like back-to-back Fish Traps with seating for four. Incredibly, though, it all collapses onto a Fish Trap X Sled to tow behind a snowmobile or ATV and load in a pickup or full-size SUV.

FISH TRAP X4 FEATURES: 4-Person Shelter

• Tear-resistant 900 Denier Polyester: Heaviest in the industry

• 1-1/4 inch X 16 Gauge Aluminum Tubing: Strongest ever

• Pole Glide Technology: Revolutionary Pole Glide System

• Improved Snap-Up Button System: Goes up & down easily

• Improved Canopy Bracket: Strength and sturdiness

• Polyethylene, Roto-Molded Sled – All VIRGIN Resin

• Four Cushioned Swivel Seats

• Four Safety Circulation Vents: Mid level

• Four Air-Exchanger Safety Vents: Roof level

• Four Storage Pockets

• Four Long, Vinyl Side Windows with Covers: Expanded view

• Two Wide Front Vinyl Windows with Covers

• Two Wide Rear Vinyl Windows with Covers

• Four 2”x 6” Corner Safety Reflectors

This has been stored indoors since the day my father brought it home. It has been set up twice, but never used. It is brand spanking new and in perfect condition.

Retail price on this is $899.99. Asking $750 or acceptable offer. Hurry, ice season will be here soon!!! Located in Brandon, SD. Call or e-mail at: 605-480-3112 or dolphins (at) itctel (dot) com.


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Hey Joel,

I won't get at my home e-mail until Saturday. As soon as I do, I'll get you a reply. Or, if you want, feel free to call me at 605-480-3112.

Thanks, Jason

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I have a tentative agreement with Joel (boomtakem) as of right now. If something should fall through, I will post an update.

Thanks for looking.

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Please Edit your Original Subject Headliner to post this as Sold so it does not keep getting brought to the top for the next year, like some those that don't read the whole thread...

Thank you!

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Maybe you should have read a little better before you posted....I DID edit my post title within 10 minutes of selling the shack.

Edited by HOF#13 (11/14/08 11:21 AM)

Edit Reason: Item was sold.

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