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Got a new Frabill two man!!!!

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My Dad and I went in together on a two man frabill from mills fleet farm Friday and it was only $279. We thought that was a smoking deal. Now we just need some ice!!! He is going to pick up a gas auger on Friday also!:)

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GREAT!! Your going to love being in a house. If your in a hury to try it out, we have about 7 inches a great ice up here around the Duluth area. Been out twice and doing OK!! Good Luck fishing.

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My Dad and I went to a local lake around his house in Mora and the guys on the ice said there was about 4 to 5 inches but I have a hard time believing that because with every step I took there was a spider web going from underneath my feet! Needles to say I did not go out very far!

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Congratulations time spent outdoors especially with family is worth every penny hands down.

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Congrats on the purchase! It is great you and your dad share common interest in ice fishing. You'll definitely enjoy it more inside a warm shack and a power auger to make quick work of drilling holes.

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Think that trekker from MFF would fit in a car?

It would be reallty tight. It would probably work if you wanted to strap down the trunk???

Whatever you do dont buy the one at Menards, it is a peice of [PoorWordUsage], I figured since I started swearing with only five minutes into putting it together that it was not going to work!

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The trekker is I believe 60 inches by 36 inches by 18 inches folded. Maybe a station wagon of a van would work but I doubt a regular car will work.

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Hmmm w/ my seats folded down my trunk is 63x42x22. Looks like it'd be a tight squeeze.

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Congrats on the purchase and have a great time fishing with your Dad. The best days to me are the ones where I can get my Dad out for some fishing.

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