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what fish house should I buy?

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Well Im ready to make the plunge,Im tired of renting sleeper houses that dont live up to all the expetations that are promised.Could somebody give me some advice on which one to buy,I would like one that has 4 bunks,good lighting,nice heater,stove,etc,etc.Also could you advise me if the retractable wheels work when its 20 below.Since This house will last me the rest of my life Im willing to pay for quality,and more importantly comfort.

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If it looks cheap don't buy it I have seen
A house going across the lake on one wheel
the other one was in the back of the pickup.
So check out the running gear real close.
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i would take a look at the king crow fish houses they look nice never have used on though

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www.***********.com use the product search on the left side and search under fishing products. I bought a trailer off of there from one of the surpliers. Used it the first time this year and it was great. I built the house on the trailer so I saved some money that way. There are half a dozen on that site with a wide range of prices. I like the Klave house alot because it is made out of aluminum, lightening the weight quite a bit. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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Wallee, if you are interested in building your own to the way "you want it" why don't you look under the "Ice fishing Main Forum" for the thread "Crank up style frames-Intersted?". Rick posted it with some great looking crank up style frames that Aqua Eye located. I've seen alot and built my own and these look pretty darn good for the price. Any decent crank up style frame will work great at any temp! Take a look and good luck!

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Wallee, I own a King crow 6.5 X12 wheels work fine in below zero weather, customized my house with tables propane lights for bunks I use folding cots on the back wall, hard to sleep more than three, but they do make larger houses when I bought mine not many doing wheel houses now many more Outdoor news has ads for more suppliers one key feature look close at the wheel and frame quality and bearings if you drive alot of miles needs to be strong as in camber for tire wear. Hope this helps I do like mine, Also if you do buy one leave it hooked up to your truck or atv, and drill holes first then drop the house down that way you get no snow or ice in the house.Good luck, Also put 2x4 blocks under all points that touch the ice.

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