Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
Cottco

Polar Sled Accessories

4 posts in this topic

Okay on to a more serious topic.

I bought a polar sled last year - best investment made in ice fishing for quite sometime. While the single swivel seat it has is nice, I saw a bench seat at local bait shop - was very comfortable and looked practical.

Does any body have one of these? Do you like it? Is it worth the $$$$$? Do you give up storage for comfort? Where do you buy them? Local shop did not have for sale - wasn't sure if he could get any yet this year.

Please advise.
Thanks, Cottco

------------------
Minnow, please.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Cottco,

Have you ever thought of making or having someone make you a bench seat for the sled?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Cottco , I too have the Polar sled and house. I looked at the seats and decided to use canvas camp chairs. I think the fixed seats took up too much room. The chairs sit perfectly on the sled and they cost around $5.00.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Cottco, Another option is to put the Otter bench seat into the Polar. If your Polar is a new one it will fit. The bench is on a hinge so it opens easy, and be removed by pulling two pins, adjusts front and back, and is raised on two bars to allow for good storage clearence under the bench.

dw

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    • Fortunately for country never does anything like this, minds it's own business and stays out of all foreign governments affairs
    • Apparently, some of the newer cell phones now have a GLONASS (Russian GPS) chip in them, as well as a U.S. GPS chip.  The GLONASS system has a reputation for working well in the northern hemisphere.   I'll probably just stick with my old hand-held Lowrance and topo maps, but the technology is out there for those who want to use it.     In 2007, Putin issued a Decree of the President of the Russian Federation, opening GLONASS up for unrestricted public use. This was an attempt to garner public and industry interest, and to challenge the homogeny of the American GPS system. By 2010, GLONASS achieved complete coverage of Russia’s territory. One year later, thanks to its orbital satellite constellation, it achieved global coverage. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/glonass-gps-alternative-never-knew-existed/
    • Love the first amendment.  Also want consistency in application.  
    • Seen on the channel 5 news the other night, plans to remove a dam in River Falls. They didn't specify which dam, or if it would be both dams. The movement is gaining popularity, especially with residents. And more input meetings will be planned. However, if the project is ok'd, it doesn't sound like it will be in the near future. I'm all for the dam removal! Both of them!
    • Hey Dave, I am sorry to hear that. If you need anything you have my number.  Send me a PM or text and let me know whats going on. Recurring infection? Low blood supply?     
    • Yes. But he has a great plan to utilize the excess rail capacity in the country by relocating those who disagree with him. It's gonna be a real gas. 
    • 100% A-OK is how that's working out, but I'm not surprised by the continued confusion. Even beside Texas vs Johnson, the idea of stripping citizenship from people hasn't stood up in court.
    • You must have been on some sh*tty ice for it to do that... Love my heavy spud bar, if it doesn't go through in a couple wacks I feel pretty darn confident in stepping...Spud bar,picks,pfd,rope, common sense all ya need
  • Our Sponsors