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Fish House Question. (I need some good advice)

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I just sold my 16' Ice Castle because the thing was way too much of a tank for my needs. I'm looking for a lightweight 12-14' shack that I can drive my ATV into. The only mfg I can find so far is Ultra Shack. Their houses are great, but I want to make sure I'm not missing another good option. Any advice on brands/mfg's would be appreciated. Thank you.

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I've not fished in one, but in ND there is a following for 'Zack Shack' that may be just what you're looking for. Do a search or type in the words w/o any spaces and add the (Contact Us Please) and you'll see them.

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I've seen many different houses at the Ice Fishing show that would fit your needs. Seem slike many of them are garage fabricators that have found a following.

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Check out ProFishhouses in Watertown,Mn.There is a light weight /with atv door House parked at the south end of Watertown (State Highway 25)These houses are Quality!c63 grin.gif

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For the product, quality, people,location, and service I myself through experience and many houses would end up right where you started @ Ultra Shack.

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Soderbloom is the best one I have seen. I often look around to see how my house compares and it is a similar design and seems to be the best one around. If you want to make your own, there is a company that will make the aluminum frame and you can do the rest.

Good Luck!

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Check out ProFishhouses in Watertown,Mn.There is a light weight /with atv door House parked at the south end of Watertown (State Highway 25)These houses are Quality!c63
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I second Profishenterprises. I bought all the accessories to build my wheel house from them and they were great to deal with. I wish I had just let them build the whole thing.

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Great, I plan to visit Profishenterprise and Soderbloom this week. These companies look great. Is there any others out there.

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