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Eskimo Quickfish 2 Ice Shelter
$139.99

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Eskimo Quickfish 2 Ice Shelter by Eskimo

  • Includes 6 self-tapping ice anchors that are easier to grip and...
  • Single door with strong durable YKK zipper
  • 2 person capacity with set-up size of 60" x 60" and 67" high and...

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Product Description
As the innovator of the first pop-up portable ice fishing shelter, Eskimo knows a thing or two about building the world's best on-the-go portables. Don't be fooled by imitation shelters with flimsy hubs, weak poles, and cheap fabric. The quick fish Series is the original and still the best. Constructed with sturdy hubs, strong poles, ample storage pockets, reinforced bottoms, YKK zippers, self-tapping ice anchors, and removable windows, the quick fish is built to last season after season. Includes oversized zippered backpack bag for easy transport.
Eskimo Fatfish 949 Insulated Ice Shelter
$299.99

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Eskimo Fatfish 949 Insulated Ice Shelter by Eskimo

  • Two doors featuring quality YKK zippers, on opposite sides of the...
  • Fully insulated with IQ Insulated Fabric for 35% more warmth
  • 3-4 person capacity with set-up size of 94" x 94" and 80" high and...

Customer reviews
Worth every penny, December 1, 2013
I purchased one these houses last winter, and a Northern Wisconsin winters are no match for the performance you can get out of them.More than enough space for 3 fisherman and gear, great for hanging extra layers when it gets warm, and believe...
Best Portabel Ice Shanty Ever 949i Eskimo, March 19, 2013
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eskimo 949i, January 1, 2014
I live in North Dakota and have been out fishing in mine many times in below zero temps and with a single burner Mr. Heater I am able to fish in a sweatshirt with no gloves. You want to get the insulated one otherwise they will drip with...
Product Description
Fish more comfortably with more people and more ice gear in the FatFish - the world's first wide-bottom pop-up portable ice fishing shelter. The FatFish is designed to give you up to 80% more fishable area, while offering the same easy set-up and portability as the best-selling line of Eskimo QuickFish shelters. The entire line of FatFish ice shelters are equipped with all metal ball-and-socket design and larger diameter poles, resulting in a stronger and more durable shelter. The FatFish incorporates distinctive X-style reflective highlighting trim into it's aggressively styled skin. Includes oversized zippered backpack bag for easy transport.
Eskimo Quickfish 3 Ice Shelter
$182.14

$189.99

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Eskimo Quickfish 3 Ice Shelter by Eskimo

  • Stronger ice anchors self-tapping ice anchors that are easier to...
  • Portable Everything fits into a bag that you can easily carry on...
  • Removable windows adjust your shelter's ventilation with detachable...

Customer reviews
Product Description
As the innovator of the first pop-up portable ice fishing shelter, Eskimo knows a thing or two about building the world's best on-the-go portables. Don't be fooled by imitation shelters with flimsy hubs, weak poles, and cheap fabric. The QuickFish series is the original and still the best. Constructed with sturdy hubs, strong poles, ample storage pockets, reinforced bottoms, YKK zippers, self-tapping ice anchors, and removable windows, the QuickFish is built to last season after season. Includes oversized zippered backpack bag for easy transport.
Eskimo FF949 FatFish 3-4 Person Pop Up Portable Ice Shelter, Red/Black
$245.58

$299.99

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Eskimo FF949 FatFish 3-4 Person Pop Up Portable Ice Shelter, Red/Black by Eskimo

  • 61 square feet fishable area
  • Six large, removable, Velcro windows allow for ventilation control...
  • Includes six strong, heavy-duty ice anchors

Customer reviews
Product Description
Fish more comfortably with more people and more ice gear in the FatFish 949 - the world's first wide bottom pop-up portable ice fishing shelter. The FatFish 949 is designed to give you up to 80 percent more fishable area, while offering easy set-up and portability. The entire line of FatFish ice shelters are equipped with all metal ball and socket design and larger diameter poles, resulting in a stronger and more durable shelter.

Ice Shack

www.mattnova.com What a top-of-the-line ice shack looks like. Courtesy of Kurt Rutlin of Rutlin Cranberry Company in Wyeville, WI. All steel frame construction 8' wide 16' inside 12' center height 4" insulated floor Walls were foam insulated 3" thick Roof is 6" thick insulation Heat is supplied...

Latest News

  • Art on ice: Shanty Projects back at White Bear Lake

    Roland, left, Stan and Arthur Tarack and their dog move on after checking out this shiny cube shanty on opening day of the Art Shanty Project on Medicine Lake in 2005. (Pioneer Press file photo: Jean Pieri). By Amy Carlson Gustafson 

  • Art Hounds: Ice shanties and a 1950s townhouse

    Interact Center's new Managing Director Shannon Forney loves the Art Shanty Project, which sets up camp on a Minnesota lake every other winter. White Bear Lake is hosting the shanties again this year, and in addition to the traditional "sparkle parade

  • Steven Avery living in ice shanty

    01/08/16 ,via Appleton Post Crescent

    This story was originally published by The Post-Crescent on April 29, 2004. MADISON - A man freed from prison in September after serving 18 years for a rape he didn't commit has been living in an ice shanty after a falling out with family members

  • Art Shanty Projects | Ice Fishing Houses Inspire New Form of Art Festival

    01/26/16 ,via Crave Online

    As Minneapolis-based artists, they saw creative potential in the enclosures and launched the Art Shanty Projects, an annual winter village on ice with attendance as high as 19,000 people. It all began in 2004, when Thompson and Pitman built an ice

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