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Need A New Shack

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Looking for a new shack. Suggestions would be great. It needs to be roomy, sturdy, and quick to set up. Looking to keep it under $250. Looked at the Menards strike zone two but not a big fan of that style but i could get use to it. Looking at the Eskimo Quick fish 3 anyone checked them out.

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I had one. Its ok. If your hard on your equipment then it will only last you a season. Mine is pretty trashed, im thinking of hauling it to the dump. I upgraded to a voyager. Email me if you have any questions. mrj6749 at yahoodotcom

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What did you take to the dump ? The menards strick zone or the eskimo quick fish 3. Im looking to purchase the eskimo

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I've had the Quickflip III going on 3 years now. I bought it mostly because of the bench seat and the sled. I'm not a big fan of the canvas they put on them.

I'm either going to put those hyfax runners on the sled or just pick up a Frabile.

Pulling that thing on snow is like draggin' a plow sometimes.

You can't beat the price of a Quickflip III though.

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Well I searched around! Looking at the prices i bought a strike zone 2. Flip top with the sled. The canvas on that thing is why I got it. Price helps to. It heats up in a hurry. I put a floor in the sled and where ready to go. Its kinda heavy but I need the workout. I think I'll be happy with it. thanks for the help though.

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its going to the dump soon

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