Scotty Liquidation sale

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by gabe0308, Mar 26, 2018.

  1. gabe0308

    gabe0308 Well-Known "Member"

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  2. Barracuda1

    Barracuda1 Master of None

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    Thanks Gabe! I might have to go check this out. I bet it's gonna be a zoo
     
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  3. t_dub

    t_dub I remember when I used to fish.............

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    I'm working but if anyone's heading up there and can grab a pot puller for me, I'll pay a reasonable finders fee. Mine grew legs and pried itself off despite the locks and ran away with some tweakers last spring.
     
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  4. gabe0308

    gabe0308 Well-Known "Member"

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    Yeah I bet a gong show but may be worth showing up at 6am with a couple buddies and getting 5 Downriggers and 5 pot pullers each for resale. Looks like you are limited to 5 of each item.
     
  5. Jasongind

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    If someone is going up I'll pay for you to get me 2 scotty 1106's just shoot me a pm and we can work out the details. My oldest son is coming in tomorrow for spring break so I won't be able to go up.
     
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  6. Ducky Duckworth

    Ducky Duckworth Well-Known "Member"

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    I'd buy 5 Scotty's and 2 pot pullers if they are heavily discounted. I have to work that day so I can't make it.
     
  7. driftfisher

    driftfisher Born 2 Fish

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    Thanks Gabe. Coming back over the border could increase the cost with spending limits depending on staying less or over 48 hours. Is there duty when bringing back goods made in Canada?
     
  8. Jasongind

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    This is all I could find about the Duty fee...
    "If you are returning from a foreign country other than Mexico and were not there for a total of 48 hours you are entitled to a $200 duty-free exemption and the next $1,000 worth of the goods you purchased is subject to a flat rate of 3%. If the value of your goods exceeds $1,200, the remaining duty will be determined based on duty rates in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule."
     
  9. gabe0308

    gabe0308 Well-Known "Member"

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    Guess it depends on the border person you get. I have never paid duty on anything I have brought back from Canada. I bought a couple Scotty 2106 s for a buddy a couple years ago at the BC Sportsman Show and brought them back after staying a few hours in Canada. Had my receipt ready and told them I bought them and they said have a good day. I have also brought back lots of stuff from the Richmond IKEA. Not saying they won’t make someone pay the duty but I bet the odds are low. Lots of their time to waste for such a small dollar amount.
     
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  10. Bob5292

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    Just make sure to keep your invoice below $2500 so you can still make an "informal entry" at customs. Otherwise you have to import it with a broker and that is a usually a MAJOR pain the in ass.
     
  11. Jasongind

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    If I go up anyone interested in me picking something up for you? A Scotty 1106 would be $375 and pot puller $350. If interested let me know via pm or text call (720) 331-0659.
     
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  12. EJ Swanny

    EJ Swanny I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    We could all use a bunch of the "perishable" items. Clips, belts, sockets, bases, etc, etc. If someone could pickup a bunch of the common items for a great deal, I'm sure they would move fast on this board, and they could make a few $$$$$. Who doesn't need a couple spare clips/belts at a reasonable price. I could use a couple sockets/fuse holders/weight hooks.

    Just a thought if someone wants to make a few extra clams.....

    Be safe all........Swanny
     
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  13. Jasongind

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    Anyone make it up to this?
     
  14. gabe0308

    gabe0308 Well-Known "Member"

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    what was the pricing like?
     
  16. carrie's bait boy

    carrie's bait boy 2 hulls are better than 1

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  17. gabe0308

    gabe0308 Well-Known "Member"

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    I had a buddy with me. :D Picked up two downriggers for a buddy and two for me. Pot puller for me. My buddy picked up a puller for him and his father in law and one for him. There are a lot easier ways to make a buck then work a 13 night shift, then stay up for 25 straight with 2.5 hours standing in the cold in line, sleep 3.5 hours and then work another 13 hour night shift.o_O
     
  18. Jasongind

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    :rockin:
    Ah you were in the first group to get let in, nice job. I would have been but the 40 min hold at the order office screwed that up. Well worth the trip though :rockin:
     
  19. Lion11

    Lion11 Paul

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    prices?
     
  20. Jasongind

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    Worth the drive.
     
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