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has anybody had any experance with that tyoe of atv ice fishing I'm looking to get a new rig for this season and any help is apprechated

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I'd get the tracked, 4 person version and then stud it, hook up the hitch to your ice shed and away you go!!.

Can you say ULTIMATE ICEFISHING RIG!!!!

They even make a heated canopy for em!

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look into a max 6-wheeler or at least compare the two. i have a max-4 better built i think. but everyone has there own opion,just like honda polaris.i own hondas also.

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get the track if you buy one, I had one without the track and it would only dig into the snow. track will keep it on top. if you are close to canada, the Argo is made in ontario.

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The only thing ARGO's don't like, (tracks or not) are icy hills. Other than that, the sky's the limit. Coolest things ever!

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Bobbersgone,
Could you send me an e-mail.
I would like to ask a few questions about your Max IV as I have one of these also.
Thanks, David

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I thought it could be seen in the profile but it is not there.
[email protected]
I posted a message before my last one and it had the e-mail in that one, but they deleted it for some reason.
David

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An argo would be pretty awesome for out on the ice. You could rig up that bad boy into the (Tom you said it smile.gif) ULTIMATE ICEFISHING RIG! I've seen a couple at different sport shows and they are impressive.

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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Got a question for you argo and max owners. I know they float, but how do you get back onto the ice if you happen to break through?

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Thank God and work on plan B!

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"Nothing says business in the front and party in back like a good mullet."

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I saw one last year on MilleLacs trying to go over a snow drift that 4 wheelers were going over and it just made it to the top, and burried all the tires. You would want to go with the tracks for sure!

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