Team Lodge Fish House, Toy Hauler, Loaded & Solar Panel (MANY Extras!)
6.5 x 14' (Plus 3' Front V)
No Liens, Clean Title
3740 LB (Cat Scale Weighed)
Sunforce 100 Watt Crystalline Solar Panel (Installed on Roof)
Solar Charge Controller (12v, 10amp)
Spray Foam Insulation
Black Rubber Floor (great shape- no cuts)
Interior: Cedar Paneling / Trim
Two 72" Overhead Cabinets
Cargo Nets under Cupboards, on Front Shelf
Range Hood w/ LED Undermount Lights
(2) 24" x 36" Safety Windows
Blackout Blinds on Windows
RV Door & Screen Door (with Window)
Rear Wire Fold-down Shelves for Tons of Extra Storage
54" x 72" Ramp Drop Door (Spring Assisted Lift)
New Tires (Jan 2018)
LED Trailer Lighting
Exterior Flood Lights (Side & Rear)
Exterior 12v Lights (over doors)
Interior Floor Tie-Downs
Upgraded 2500# Tongue Winch (new 2017)
Forced Air 20,000 BTU Furnace
3-Burner Cooktop & Oven
8 Fishing Holes
Catch Covers on each Fishing Hole
Hole Lighting (on each hole)
12v Outlets (with USB Plugs & Cigarette Port)
Master Battery Disconnect
Smoke / CO2 Detectors
TV Wall Mount Installed
Fire Extinguisher (Mounted)
Propane Regulator with Auto-Changeover (2 Tank System)
30x85" Fold-down Bunk (on side)
Rear Fold Down Bunk / Dinette
Custom Snap-in Thermal Cover (Ramp Door)
Custom Snap-in Thermal Covers (Side Windows)
Custom Snap-in Thermal Cover (Door's Window)
Custom-Made Rear Screen w/ Zipper (by Canvas Craft), for $203
One Piece Rubber Roofing
Excel Outdoors- External Cutting Board / Table Holder
Call, Text or Email and I'll get back to you as quickly as possible about the Fishhouse.
I'll delete the ad when the Ice Shack is sold.
By big pike dude
Solid, 6x8 Fish House for sale. 1.5" foam insulated walls and ceiling, 4 holes with catch covers, outdoor carpet flooring. Built on 6x6 skids for easy towing around the lake. $850 cash, trailer pictured not included. Located in Cambridge now, can discuss delivery.
I build a 6 x 12 wheel house a couple years ago. Decided it would be desirable to add a bit of space when more than 3 of us went fishing together where we could fish without the additional portable hubs. Came up with an idea expanding on the other flip/hubs on the market only this one is attached to my wheel house.
I built an inexpensive prototype where I would just trash it in the event it did not work out. Turns out it worked quite well and now moving forward on a quilted insulated version. I did a provisional patent on the unit and did the attached video in attempt to market the idea. Several are not interested.
http://vid358.photobucket.com/albums/oo27/darvbethke/DaO 4-24 SM webop.mp4
And a couple of Pics from Ottertail Lake last winter.
What does everyone use to protect the carpeting when you haul an ATV in your ice house? I thinking when you leave the lake the house will still be warm and all the snow and ice and mud build up will melt and then refreeze and have a mess.
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By Eyesniper · PostedIcedog, your on the right path if your looking for lightweight fast moving portables! I had my pack-a-shack for 8ish years and had no issues with at all. I use mine for running and gunning river eyes. They do get very tight if you need a heater and I’d recommend using as short of a rod as possible. They are perfect for if you just want to sight fish on a warm day. Good luck searching!
By smurfy · PostedI don't need a huge one but bigger than a one man. Used my brother's one man once, just not enough room for me and fishing deep with 2 holes is looking for a diseaster waiting to happen. And I'd really like a zipper door so I don't have to always flip it to get out.
By Wanderer · PostedHow big of one do you want @smurfy? I switched from my old Fish Trap uninsulated Voyager to a used Otter 650 last year - insulated roof only. Smaller and a little tattered but had some adds for $450. That’s about as low as you’ll see them. Most of the houses I’ve seen his size run $950 - $1100 used in like new condition, assembled. The thing with the insulated Otters is they get big and heavy fast cuz they’re built so well. The 650 is an oversized 1 person/small 2 person that I can manage better but you can’t pack the kitchen sink in it.
By smurfy · PostedJust curious Jim, how much ching you have to put out for that. I am throwing around the idea of replacing my old uninsulated Dave gentz fish trap. Looking to go insulated and a zipper door. Really struggling with this as I only use it 3-5 times a winter. My main means of winter fishing includes a spear.
By Wanderer · PostedLooks like you’re set up VERY well for the northland!
By jim curlee · PostedPicked up a new/used Otter the other day, I like it. Very little condensation, ran my heater on low, was plenty comfortable. Wish the trout would have cooperated, maybe next time. LOL Looks great hooked to my new Skandic. Great snowmachine, was hard makin the decision to drop the coin, but I'm glad I did. Now all I have to do is find the fish. LOL Jim
By whateverisbiting · PostedI agree with a post above that breathable boots (or raincoats, or anything in that material) does not stay water proof. Material like Goretex is a hydrophobic polymer that is porous. I had an intern job where we manufactured this type of material. Liquid water will not run through it due to surface tension, but vapor water does, so at first it works great. However, once you get anything into the pores it creates channels that water can flood through. So if you keep it super clean by not walking in mud, it works. But of course with boots for hunting that's not going to fly. I have really bad luck with breathable boots and I keep looking for ones that have a higher full rubber boot before the breathable material starts and I have not found on that looks good. So when its really wet i stick with full rubber, which of course means sweaty feet. I saw a post saying use spray maybe that is the answer? Is that for breathable material? I still wonder though if spray is just blocking the breathability as well as keeping water out.