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canvas Fish house trailer

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There was a company at the ice fishing show last year selling a camo fabric fish house on a drop down trailer. Does anyone know the name of the company or their HSOforum? I think they were made in north-eastern MN. Appreciate any help.

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I know Cancas Craft has come out with one this year. Sweat set up. Designed to haul the 4 wheeler also.

Check out the CanvasCraft web site.

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Sorry about that, should have mentioned The CanvasCraft didnt release theirs until after the Ice Show. Just a sugestion. Didnt know you were looking only for specifics.

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not sure what the brand might be, but i saw one on hsolist listed as

New 6 Hole Insulated Drop & Pop Fishhouse.

might be able to talk to the person selling it to see what brand it is.

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Canvas craft definetlty is the one that had one at the show. I have there card from when I was looking at it.

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You may be thinking of the [YouNeedAuthorization].

www.[YouNeedAuthorization].com

If I am not allowed to put their web site, just Google the name, [YouNeedAuthorization].

I saw them at the Ice Fishing Show 2 years ago, and it is one heck of a system. With all the bells and whistles, I would definitely take a closer look at this.

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My uncle was working for Wides Trailer Sales in St. Cloud and they were selling these as well last year. They might still have one. He no longer works there, otherwise I would have him get you a good deal.

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