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Old 12-05-2020, 01:25 PM   #1
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Just joined 71 year old retired military been tent camping for the last 15 years during the summer.
I head to the nw every year to fish and golf and scout baseball.so I have decided on the 189 fun finder used gonna be looking to pay between 7 and 8 after the 1st of the year so keep me in mind no prob traveling if rv is in decent shape.like to find one on west coast or nw.
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Old 12-05-2020, 05:37 PM   #2
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Fox November Golf! Welcome to the club. So if I understand correctly, you'll be spending summers in the NW? If so, a 189 is perfect. If you were going to be there in the winter, I'd recommend a four season trailer, which the 189 is not.

Do you have a tow vehicle picked out?

Be sure to ask lots of questions -- us Fox October Golfs love to answer them.

Good luck!
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Old 12-06-2020, 11:07 AM   #3
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Nope just summers. I like az in winter lol
I haveva 2004 fx4 that I'm purchasing a new monster transmission built to my specs for towing usually head up in June and fish in birch creek out of salmon idaho for a week or so then head down on the salmon. Next over to then over to the Bitterroot. Play some golf down the valley then fish the Clark fork head over the lolo and fish the lochsha and Selway then the Clearwater. Then to Washington down to Oregon fish the Deschutes down to cal and fish the McCloud and bug creek.
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How do you scout baseball with all that fishing? If you are trying to find the next Trout, you'll need a hefty rod and reel!!
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I have a variety of poles and reels like birch creek
And the Salmon for fly
I head to.games that a team wants me to go to i tell them where ill be and they will let me know most of the heavy dutyscouting is done in the spring but there are a few good traveling team tournaments in the nw
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I see your looking for a X189. Have you found one? If not a have a X189FBS you might be interested in. Iím in the foothills above Sacramento. Let me know Iíll get you some pics.
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I see your looking for a X189. Have you found one? If not a have a X189FBS you might be interested in. Iím in the foothills above Sacramento. Let me know Iíll get you some pics.
Yep send pictures you can text to 4804351952
Or email to ceasefire49@yahoo.com
Been looking at a few cross country but Sacramento area would be closer.
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