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Otter Wild Series Portable ice house

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You've heard about them, seen them at the show and now we have them. New this year is the Otter Wild Series. We have them on display at our store. If you're looking for an economical flip over style house, this may be the one for you.

So stop in or give us a call if you want further information. We have the 1 person, 2 person and 3 person in stock.

Joe, Matt, Katy and the gang

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Any idea on the prices compared to the otter's? I am looking at the two-man wild and comparing it to the otter cabin. I am really looking at pulling the trigger on one soon and love the otters but since these are almost the same thing sort of, kind of, and heard these are a little more reasonable. Let me know.

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Michael

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These are our prices and may not be reflective of other retailers. The Wild two man goes for $399.99. A complete (Sled, Canvas, cover and two seats) Otter Cabin 2 person house is $569.99. I would suggest looking at the two houses carefully because they are two different houses, even though they are both made by Otter.

We have sold several of the Otter Pro and the Wild and they each have their place in the market.

Have fun with which ever house you choose. Both houses will keep you warm and keep the wind off your back.

If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us.

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Thanks for the info. I know it is like apples and oranges but it gives me an idea. I havn't seen either of them in person. I havn't seen to many otters in person mostly fish traps and Frabills but from what I have read on here Otter is amazing an last. Since Otter makes Team Wild I would hope the would stand up like the originals. I really like the idea of $399 with everying included.

Thanks again,

Michael

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There's nothing low quality about Otter Pro's or the Otter Wild Series. The Wild Series are a bit lighter weight wise; canvas and sled. The seats are closer together on the Wild Series. But, as you know, a bit more price friendly.

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