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Putting Together a Team Wild 3 Series Flip Over Shack! (Video)

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I figured I would save this for a very cold day when people are at home (Plus the Vikes are on wink )..

Again, this video might be "Old Hat" for some. But!!!, for anyone out their who was wondering "how do they do that" or who is in the market for a great, economical flip over shack, this video(s) was made for you wink.

This "build" is a Team Wild 3(man) from Otter Outdoors. It was very easy and pretty quick to set up.

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If you have any further questions, please ask away or check out Team Wild's website:

Wild Outdoors.com

Thanks!

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This "build" is a Team Wild 3(man) from Otter Outdoors. It was very easy and pretty quick to set up.

Where did you buy that 3 man wild?

I have not been able to find one.

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Thanks guys! smile

I got mine right from the source:

Wild Outdoors.com

It does hold three guys really nice and that is the kind of shack I wanted this year.

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Great job on the vid's once again! Love the transition special effects. Pretty cool that your taking time from fishing to put these together for your fellow ice anglers.

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If you dont mind me asking whats the going rate for that house I looked on the web site but I didnt see any price's or where to buy them. that house looks like a perfect match me.

thanks

Joel

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To get a deal, Gander or Fleetfarm. But, they might be sold out at most Metro Area stores. Best thing is call around. That or have the store order one in for you (FF will do this).

You will pay a little more, but the quickest way is to go pick one up or order is right from Otter.

From Otter, you are paying over $500.00, at a local store I would guess you are paying under (if not more than) $500 for the Team Wild 3.

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I got my 3 man last year from Gander in Woodbury for $399 before tax, sounds like they are going for a little bit more now. They didn't have any models on the floor so I didn't think they had any, but I asked anyways and they just happened to have a couple in the back.

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Thanks guys!

Coming from you HFTV, that is a big compliment in my book grin

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Very nice work Shack. Maybe we can hook up and shoot a video when I put my new Ice Camo Mag Lodge together? Im hoping to pick it up Fri or next week.

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Well, I do not have any current plans to tour the north country in that time frame grin.

If you are down this way Northlander, you have an open invitation to put it together at my garage, where it's always 70 degrees and sunny wink

Thanks Flaco smile

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Shackbash:

1.) It is great to see that you are up and around and posting on the site again. Your contributions to the Catfish forum are some of my favorites.

2.) I am really stoked because last night I picked up a Cabelas Arctic Element 2- man flipover which I have deduced is a branded version of the Team Wild W2, and I am putting it together tonight! I hope to get it out on New Year's Day.

Thanks for these videos, it looks like assembly will be a breeze.

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I believe they are in stock at the sport shop in maple lake. it they have the they sell the wild1 for $349.99, wild2 for$399.99, & wild3 for $449.99. call them to see if they still have them.

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