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Frabill 6010 Hideout ice houe vs Clam 5600

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The wife would like to pick up one of these cabin ice houses so she could stand up and stretch the back once in a while. We have an older Clam Fish Trap Guide that is not so tall. Not being opposed to getting new fishing equipment, I said OK and started looking at the options. The Clam 5600 and Frabill 6010 are in the price range.

1st some questions. We generally take sleds out on the ice so:

1. Can either or both be pulled behind a sled?

2. Is it possible to rig it so it rides on top of my current Fish Trap Guide? or

3: Do I need another sled to pull it out?

4: What are the pros and cons of both.

I plan on trying to judge both of these at a local outdoor store soon (and any others), purchasing and fishing ASAP. It has been too long without a fish on.

Thanks for the replys in advance.

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I like the Clam Command Post and Base Camp, the Eskimo Quick Fish 3 and 6 are basically the same for a little less green.

To answer your questions but about this shack

1. Yes, on your back or on top your current house.

2. No, its light and stackable on your current house

3. No, same as #2.

4. Pros-Light and plenty of head room and lots of fishing space

Cons-No floor and needs ice anchors on windy days (included in package)

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1- I know the clam has a board over the hole openings to keep the snow out when transporting that sometimes comes out.

I would just buy a voyager or an X2, you can stand up in them and as you know, they are way more mobile and quicker to set up.

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