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Eskimo Quickfish 2 Ice Shelter
$137.82

$139.99

Eskimo Quickfish 2 Ice Shelter by Eskimo

  • 300 Denier Ice Tight fabric with a 59% higher thread count vs...
  • Adjust your shelter's ventilation with 4 detachable hook and loop...
  • 2 person capacity with set-up size of 60 x 60 and 67 high and Elbow...

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 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
Eskimo Fatfish 949 Insulated Ice Shelter by Eskimo

  • 3-4 person capacity with set-up size of 94" x 94" and 80" high and...
  • Includes 6 self-tapping ice anchors that are easier to grip and...
  • Fully insulated with IQ Insulated Fabric for 35% more warmth

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...
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...
Best Portabel Ice Shanty Ever 949i Eskimo, March 19, 2013
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 FF949 FatFish 3-4 Person Pop Up Portable Ice Shelter, Red/Black
$258.74
Eskimo FF949 FatFish 3-4 Person Pop Up Portable Ice Shelter, Red/Black by Eskimo

  • Includes six strong, heavy-duty ice anchors
  • Six large, removable, Velcro windows allow for ventilation control...
  • Large, mesh storage pockets to keep essential fishing gear handy

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.
Eskimo Quickfish 6 Ice Shelter
$229.99

$309.99

Eskimo Quickfish 6 Ice Shelter by Eskimo

  • 6 person capacity with set-up size of 70" x 140" and 80" high and...
  • Includes 9 self-tapping ice anchors that are easier to grip and...
  • Adjust your shelter's ventilation with 6 detachable hook and loop...

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 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.

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

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    08/24/16 ,via Mandatory

    Mere months later, junior Jenner purchased this humble shanty as a workspace for her cosmetics line. It is located next to her other home, totaling eight acres 56,500-square foot castle for $85 million in 2011. It is said to have a bowling alley

  • Is this the most beautiful bus route in Britain?

    08/23/16 ,via Telegraph.co.uk

    As bus journeys go, my trip on the small green 830 Frequenta service across North Yorkshire seems a promising prospect as we rumble over the cobbled streets of Richmond and head out towards open country. For this is the Northern Dalesman, the only way 

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

    “It's this frontier of freedom on the ice,” said Dawn Bentley, executive director of the Art Shanty Projects, “where these eclectic structures draw you in because of the way they look, but keep you engaged because of what's going on when you get there.

  • Architects Go Arctic: Ice Shanties at Shelburne Museum

    02/17/16 ,via Seven Days

    Setting aside last weekend's subzero temperatures, there's some irony in exhibiting ice-fishing shanties during one of Vermont's warmest winters. Still, the outdoor show "Arctictecture" at the Shelburne Museum promises fun. Assistant curator Carolyn

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