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Need to sell one of our permanents so we can start saving for another sleeper house.

This shack is about ten years old, but is still in good shape and has years of fishing left in it. It measures 6' x 10' and has 4 holes. House is on wheeled trailer and has banking boards. All you do is wheel 'er out, put up bank boards with some snow, drill holes, and you're fishing. Kerosene heater is in great working order and can still cook you out of the shack on warm days. Stays cozey on the lowest setting on the most bitter MN days. All 4 holes are equipped with rattle reels. The shack has storage above the wheels on the inside, and has one large window with blind. Looking for $475 OBO, located in Bemidji.

(218) 444-6479 or mjbreuer (at) paulbunyan.net

Outside view...


Shot of heater...


1 of the 4 holes with rattle reels...


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I have a few questions, i might be interested in it.

How far off the ground does it sit?

How much would it cost ( estimated ) to run the heater for the year if i fished 2 times a week for the entire season?

Where could i get kerosine for it?

How is it insulated and is it drafty on the inside at all?

and How are is the trailer will it work as is or does it need a little work?

sorry for all the questions


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The bottom of the shack is about two feet maybe off the ground, I can measure tomorrow and get back to you for sure.

I get kerosene at a local gas station, I'm not sure where you would get it, but I'm sure someone in town supplies it.

I would estimate roughly $100 - $150 worth of kerosene for the entire season if you only used it twice a week, maybe less. I never run it higher than the low setting, and it doesn't go through a lot, I just put in a gallon everytime I go in it.

It's insulated pretty good, not drafty at all as long as you bank it well.

The trailer is in great shape, no work needed. The lights work and everything's ready to go.

Forgot to mention. It also comes with a spare tire and a kerosene jug and all kerosene I have. There are also some misc. items in the shack that will stay in it when it goes.

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House is still for sale, and you can look at it Fri. possibly. Shoot me an e-mail and we'll work something out. Riverrat has dibs but hasn't made it over to look at it yet. First one to pull it out of the yard gets it!

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There was a problem with one of the wheels, so I now have put a brand new tire on the problematic side. Also got a tube put in the spare tire so she's good to go! Due to the miniscule, but time consuming work I'm looking for $475 pretty firm.

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