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Rippinlip

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I have some summer fishing stuff that I would like to part with, because I just do not use much of it anymore.

I have:

Shad Raps, Rapalas, Spinnerbaits, 2 bins of plastics for bass,

some Muskie baits, 2 bait casters with rods, 1 open face with rod, misc. other baits.

I also have a 10' Lowe duck boat with 5 hp Sea horse motor, comes with oars and some other items.

Lots of misc construction stuff, hand tools etc.

Looking for archery items, targets, portable stands, climbing sticks, ice fishing items.. Stuff for a 4 wheeler, let me know what you need and what you want..

Items need to go.

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I'm also interested in the Shad Raps. What sizes and colors do you have? Are they shallow or deep divers? I have a Gorilla hang on tree stand I could get rid of as well as some handlebar muffs for your ATV and a Mad Dog 3 bucket holder for a rear rack.

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Lake,

e-mail me at mematay at charter dot net.

Sorry I did not put that in the original post

Mark

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I am also interested in the duck boat. I am not sure what you are looking for in trade but have a 2 year old aqua vu and a used climber stand. If you could email me back with some info on possible trade items I would appreciate it. Also do you have any pictures. I am in Mankato and could possbly make a visit to look as well.

-Chad

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Since I like this site so much I will be staying with the Heading of it. No money transactions.

I am not looking for alot for this, just maybe something I could use.

Mark

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Mark, I haven't heard back from you. My brother works all over the metro area and I could give him the stand and have him meet up with you.

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Hey slurpie,

Tried to e-mail you twicw and it was returned both times.

Try my e-mail next..

Mark

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Mark what would you want for the plastics?? I have some icefishin rods. a couple of rod cases.. shoot me some ideas.. lol

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Bass,

It is up to you want you want to put up, there is about 20 bags of different colored worms and sizes, from 10" Power worms to drop shotting worms to sluggo's.

Probably about 30 bags of creature baits, tubes, lizards, misc trailers. There is a small box of hooks and weights also.

Another box that is pretty full of rubber legged jigs..

Plenty of Bass stuff.

True,

3 baitcasters

7'6" medium heavy, telescopic, used for Muskies and jungle bass fishing

6'6" medium heavy, used for plastics and bass jigs

6'6" medium used for cranks and spinnerbaits

all 3 have reels

e-mail me for other question

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