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Green box unit that works. I used it for finding depths on ice. Not sure if it shows fish tho.

I would like to give it to someone who is just starting out with ice fishing. I used this unit when I first started out and had no electronics. bacon13 at gmail dot com

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This would be great for a new ice fishermen. Hopefully it gets to a new ice fishermen!

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I would like it to go with my fishing theme "man room", but don't want to take it from someone that might use it.

I think it's cool and if nobody takes it I will for sure.

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I will take it. I was looking for one for our trip to canada. My dad has got one and we could use another one for the other boat.

email me at kingrmn at yahoo and I'll have someone meet you when you can.

Thanks!!

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It has been spoken for by a gal who is new to ice fishing and has no electronics. I'll let you know if it falls through.

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That's terrific to see someone giving the gift of ice fishing advancement. dtro-I've been looking for one for the same purpose. I found a couple online, but didn't want to pay shipping grin. Guess I better hurry before people catch on to their antique value!

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dtro-I've been looking for one for the same purpose. I found a couple online, but didn't want to pay shipping grin. Guess I better hurry before people catch on to their antique value!

Guilty also

I remember my grandpa trying to explain that thing to me when I was a young lad. It didn't make any sense at the time. Now I don't know how I would fish without a flasher!

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Grant would have died for this grin

smartalec~

it's true, I do use a greenbox year round.

go go gadget GreenBox!

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Ive got one that was my dads but its to valuable to part with if you know what I mean.Still have transducer bracket and eveything.Dtro,thats a good idea I have a fishing theme room also.

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My dad has one of those that we haven't used in probably 10 years. It worked great for trolling and locating weed beds, marking the occasional fish. I started with it on the ice, but I couldn't pick up my jigs with it, but it definitely marked fish when set properly. The "green box" takes me back to some good times with dad!

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I also remember the days when gramps taught me how to use it. It will be in the garage as a summer back up unit till I die(Or no longer can fish)

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