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DRH1175

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DRH1175

I have a Mr. Heater Sunflower which works good in my Fish Trap Voyager. But what are you others using on Real cold day to add that extra heat? A mini mr heater, buddy heater, Lantern what??

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1DIRTBALL

The same thing I used to take to Viking games at the old Met. Snowshoe Grog!

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Moose-Hunter

In my Otter, my primary heat comes from either a Buddy heater or (if I get the OK to use it) my Big Buddy heater. Usually fueled froma 11# or 20# bulk tank. Secondary heat comes from a Mr Heater/Cooker. Either run from a 1# can or off a "Y" and hose from a bulk tank.

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Northlander

I run my Mr. Heater on a 11# tank and then my Lantern. If I get too cold with those 2 on its time I get my butt off the ice!

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Dry_Fly

I second the Mr. heater 11# tank and my coleman lantern. And if it's to cold for those the fish aren't biting anyway.

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Chad711

I know a guy who hooked up his trucks coolant system to a coil in the fishouse. Had a few shutoffs here and there, worked great. Probly a great way to go, not sure how much gas it used idleing but couldnt have been too bad!

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federline

#1 - layer up smartly. #2, Sunflower and coleman lantern. #3, If still cold, add some pocket heat packs to boots, gloves, inside jacket pockets. #4, If still cold, I go home.

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f1sh1nfool

I have a double burner mr heater, works awesome! just ventilate well! I have a wooden carrying case that doubles as its base. and i run a hose outside to a 20 lb tank. never had any issues in my otter lodge

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