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Fish House Supply

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Please welcome Fish House Supply to Fishing Minnesota as our new Sponsor for the Ice Leaders Forum and the Equipment-Expert Information Forum. Fish House Supply is located near Buffalo, MN and have been in the Fish House Building Industry for over 20 years!

They also were the 1st in the business to offer Fish House Supplies Online! Catering to the Do-It-Your-Selfers, they have a complete line of Fish House Parts & Accessories that are available Online 7-days a week. They carry all there parts in Stock!!

Lets give Fish House Supply a very warm welcome and give them a call for all your Fish House building needs.

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Welcome aboard....Fish House Supply......I've used them in the past and they are awesome..... grin.gif

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Welcome fish house supply... Used them last year and they were great!

Good Luck!

Ken

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I was wondering if they'd ever hop on board. I've purchased from them in the past and have had great success. They carry a wide variety of hard to find fish house specific items all in one location making it a convenient one stop shop site!

Welcome aboard!

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I've seen them at shows and the guys are on their game. The have great ideas for making your house more efficient and safe.

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I've got a fishhouse full of their stuff.

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Excellent!! I talked to them several times about one of their trailers and kits, just never took the plunge. I'm thinking that building my own will be the only way that I'll be able to afford a big sleeper house.

I'm curious, with most of these sponsors, do FM members get a discount?

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