Frabill Aegis 2110 Flip Ice Shelter
83”L x 58”W x 61.5”H.
Packed: 58”L x 33”W x 16”H.
Fishable area: 19.5 sq. ft.
Wt: 60 lbs.
Clam Outdoors™ Corner Console
11"L x 11"W.
Otter Outdoors XT Resort Package
80"H x 84"W x 106"D.
Collapsed: 22"H x 84"W x 44"D.
Wt: 145 lbs.
Shappell® Wear Bars Kit
- 1 – 40"L x 1"W x 1"D. Fits JR Sled.
- 2 – 59"L x 1"W x 1"D. Fits X1 Mini Mag Sled.
- 3 – 50"L x 1"W x 1"D. Fits Jet Sled 1.
FRABILL® Fortress Ice Shelter
Set up: 80"L x 80"W x 80"H.
Folded: 57"L x 8.25"W x 8.25"H.
Fishable area: 69 sq. ft.
Wt: 33 lbs.
Otter Outdoors Sport Sled
- Small: 44"L x 22"W x 9"D. Wt. 6 lbs.
- Medium: 53"L x 25"W x 10"H. Wt. 12.5 lbs.
- Large: 64"L x 29"W x 11"H. Wt. 17 lbs.
Clam Outdoors™ Jason Mitchell Thermal X Ice Shelter
Set up: 92"L x 72"W x 75"H.
Packed: 75"L x 45"W x 25"H.
Fishable area: 26 sq. ft.
Wt: 120 lbs.
♪♪ — Hey guys Its Richard with Up North Sports Today I'm at Clam Outdoors looking at the brand-new redesigned Jason Mitchell fish house. Igot Lucas here He's going to tell. Is a little bit more about the fish house — Yeah So like Rich said. This is the new redesigned for 2016 Jason Mitchell Thermal X shelter It's been an incredibly popular shelter for us here at Clam It comes with a ton of goodies It's a nice big shack First thing you'll see is on the outside. We added a little bit of color change Added. Some different color schemes to. It We also increased the fabric from a 600 total denier thermal fabric to a 900 total denier so added a bit. More thickness to the skin Really durable skin really nice shelter When. You go in the shelter you'll have the light bar on the roof to light the shelter up at night Includes a battery bracket to keep your battery for. That You have a center console. It includes it also includes a travel cover. And a bait bucket A nice big 6-foot-wide tub with the gray interior on the tub. That really lets all the gear in the bottom of. That shack pop Has our inch. And a quarter extra thick round poles with the RPSX clips Clam uses one-piece hoop poles in.
All of our shelters Eliminates. Some of those wear points. You can get when you're using this thing out on the ice So really nice durable shelter Jason Mitchell Thermal X You can find this at upnorthsportscom. You have any questions give. Me a call at 866-355-8500.
Otter Outdoors Three-Pocket Cargo Storage Net
Frabill Insulated Predator 4255 Ice Shelter
95"L 75"W x 75"H.
Folded: 75"L x 39"W x 26"H.
Wt: 134 lbs.
Clam® Kenai Pro Ice Shelter
Set up: 91"L x 37"W.
Center ht: 64".
Pack size: 48"L x 37"W x 25"H.
Fishable area: 11 sq. ft.
- Blue Shelter - Boasts all of the great features and dimensions described above. Weight: 45 lbs.
- Black Shelter - Boasts all of the great features and dimensions described above, plus it's covered with super-tough 900-denier fabric. This full thermal structure is built to hold in warmth and reduce condensation. Its overhead mesh storage (30" x 14") can keep extra gear out of the way. Includes a Mini Tube Light and battery bracket. Weight: 48 lbs.
Hey guys so the fishings pretty slow right. Now like — pretty tough. Ihave caught a couple of crappie but hoping it's gonna pick up a little bit later but well it's slow I'll show. You guys my one-man Shack. It is its the clam Kenai Pro thermal just a one-man Shack it's got the thermal layer on. It keeps you pretty warm let's get the cracked ice pattern like fractured ice pad. It thinks about the kenai is the tub is a lot deeper which also makes a little bit heavier but it's a lot deeper for storing stuff in. And dragging behind a snowmobile those pretty good. Ialso put those to put. These two hooks on here instead of buying the clam. Some mobile mount I already had a jet sled mount. This is basically what they use so. Ijust put those on there. Ican use my jet sled mount on. This to haul behind the snowmobile but that's. It I'll show you the inside. And I'm just out here on foot today warm in here let's get. This velcros thing here. You can just go crawl the door open. You want to get my show down in the corner kind of messy in here. And down and scrambling around but it's got the plastic seat.
It doesn't swivel but that's slide back. And forth all the way in the back it's got a nice little tray there to put. Some of your gear how to show. Irigged up my mr heater to work right. Now it's actually on right. And as long as you keep things. You know a good distance away I'd say from. This bar back it's you can write up wait in the slip. Ijust put a couple of L brackets on there. Itook a drill bit and routed out the holes in the bottom of the heater. It just slides right on there. And with the support pole here. You can actually you get ready to go. You get ready to move which I'm going to. Because the spot this sucks. You can transport just like. That with the heater on. You want to you can sit in. That like a windbreak works pretty good put a little carpet down in their keeps. It from sliding all around there's dinner hopefully get a couple.
It doesn't fit a five-gallon bucket inside of. You would either have to move the seat over a little bit to fit. Iput a two gallon in there. And that's enough for me. Iput a milk crate keep a couple of propane tanks in there my bait bucket. And a scale I just put a couple tip-ups in there for today. And haven't used but. It does fit my rod case in the air just have a lane on top. If it's accessible yeah. It a lot probably didn't need the thermal. Ican sit in that thing with the heater off. It pretties much just gets warm from the daylight. And the Sun hitting it yeah that's the Kenai Pro thermal like lamb.
Clam Outdoors™ Fishtrap Cover
- Model 8831 – Fits Voyager, Adventure, X2, X4 Thermal X and Tundra
- Model 8792 – Fits Guide, Nanook, Kenai.
- Model 8820 – Fits Pro, Legend.
- Model 8073 – Fits Yukon, Kodiak, Denali.
- Model 8760 – Fits Scout, Trapper, Nordic Sled.
- Model 9568 – Fits X1.
Hey guys what's shakin last time. Ihad spoke to is putting the runner kid on my Yukon TC. Ifinished I'm I'm. Everything else put together. One final step besides putting accessories on my new fish house. Ijust wanted to share. One quick tip with you guys. That I'll actually save a little. More frustration in the process of putting these things together it's pretty easy to put them together but there's a. Few small things like putting your owner kit on first like. Italked about and then dealing with. This weather stripping is about the two toughest things. It comes to the whole process of putting your fish house together so with. That said this tough hard. You know material for your weather stripping and. That does is it seals out. All the air and snow. That can come through. And it's one of the. Most important parts. You actually get it done right. You don't you know things can start to go bad. When you're pulling the fish house you're dealing all. That stuff so it's really important. It on tight you get enough screws in to secure. You usually get it out of the box. You can see how it's curved up. And it's and it's kind of tough to work with their's a couple of different things. You can do to make your life a lot easier. It in actually three things. It in your basement. Where it's warm you know. Wherever it's warm you have heated garage. And then to have a bucket of hot water.
Ihave hot water here so. What I'll do is I actually won't stick the whole weather stripping in there I'll just kind of put. It in their piece by piece. And kind of loosen and then three. You get to the two corners parts. Ihave a hairdryer and then just like. Iused on the runner kit to loosen. That up I'll just use the hairdryer. And use it for the corners. When you're using the hairdryer just recommend putting the bucket of water away from. You don't accidentally drop. That in there so keep. That in mind you guys so warm air temperature bucket of hot water a hairdryer. And it'll make your life a lot easier. It comes to putting this bad boy on. Isuper jacked for ice fishing you know. We have ice in many of our small ponds just north of. Us out in the Dakotas there're guys out fishing and two days. And it's going to be the st Pauli show I'm really jacked up. That I'm gonna be able to go down there.
We have a panel discussion yeah on. All days Friday Saturday. And Sunday, so I'll check the schedule stop. You know stop by say hello to. You have any questions on. Any a clamp products. Anything like we'd be. Then happy or just stop by. And tell us a fish story. Ipromise all have a lot of them so for now I'm gonna finish putting my weather stripping on I'm gonna be done I'm gonna. You know pull a few fishing rods out get ready to go fishing, so we'll talk to. You at the st Paul a show.
Clam Outdoors™ Ice Chair
Frabill Shelter Quad Light Bar
You intend to pull your shelter behind a machine make sure to pick up. These accessories so. You can get the job done The Fray built trailer hitch comes with. All the hardware and hitch pins. You need to hit the ice. When it's not in use the freight will hitch folds down. And stays out of the way. Another must for towing shelters is a high fax kit. It assembles easily using the hardware. Provided and greatly extends the life of your shelter base.
Clam Outdoors™ Large Shelter Lights
Clam Outdoors™ Ice Anchor Kit
Clam Outdoors™ LED Hub Light
Clam Outdoors™ Ice Fishing Fan and Light Combo
Available: Small LED (powered by four AA batteries), Large LED (powered by two D batteries).