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  1. There is a lot of places to buy led lights. Where did you get yours and what are the specs. I just sold an old Yukon and purchased a Otter XT pro cabin.  It's all together except for lights. I'm using my Yetti now since we finally have some ice. Any details would be great. Where are you guys from?  I'm over in Cloquet. Thanks. 

    Don Julio


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      Joe - FSO

      I bought my LED lights through Amazon. Here is a link to the lights i bought. They are right around 15 bucks!

      Let me know if you have anymore questions!


  2. I have an Otter Cabin XT with a thermal roof and I love it! I use a Big Buddy Heater and I find that i get too hot when i am fishing. I was out a couple of weeks ago in northern MN when it was -25 degree air temps and the walk out was cold, but I stayed warm all day. They are definitely worth the money!
  3. Otter Ice House Lighting

    Hello all, There are a lot of forums out there with ways to do portable ice house lighting. I just wanted to share what I ended up doing with my Otter Cabin XT. I was able to get a bracket for the battery and all of the lighting and components for around $50. There is plenty of light in the house and it hardly uses any of the battery. Here is a video containing some of the installation and the products and tools used. I'm not saying that this is the only way or even the best way to set-up your house with LED lighting, but it has worked really well for me this year. If you have any questions please PM me and I can give you some more details, or share more on this thread.