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ice fishing sled

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I was wondering if anyone could give me info on a heavy duty plastic sled or if anyone has one forsale one that you can fit a ice auger into and stand up a five gallon in

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heavy plastic needed

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I would get an Otter sled, they make several different sizes. One is bound to fit your needs

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Otter all the way. I have an old one that has hauled countless loads of wood. I have abused the heck out of it and it still works great.

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Otter. There's another thread on this forum as well \:\)

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