ICE HAULER

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2012/02/01 19:46:00 (permalink)

ICE HAULER

Just wondered what people use to haul their stuff out-on.. Figuered I would call Mine the Fillet Flyer

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    Catchabigone
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    RE: ICE HAULER 2012/02/01 20:13:45 (permalink)
    If I don't use my hut I use the sled.
    It's an older model than this one.


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    RE: ICE HAULER 2012/02/04 15:27:11 (permalink)
    That no doubt does well on the ice, but how does it manage being pulled through deep snow?
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    Just wondered what people use to haul their stuff out-on.. Figuered I would call Mine the Fillet Flyer




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    RE: ICE HAULER 2012/02/04 15:53:56 (permalink)
    42 in. downhill skis.. does pretty well.. thought about Adding a snowboard in the middle, just to help-out in the powder..Especially when i throw the shanty on there,my groceries,My Haibachi lanterns, my stove, my oven,my portable structure,trolling batt., nightlights,ect.....
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    RE: ICE HAULER 2012/02/29 12:04:23 (permalink)
    No way that goes good in deep snow unless you can keep the front end up. I had a similar thing n it went like crap in snow and it would only go straight no turns at all unless you lifted it or went on the side n pulled it.

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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/11/14 20:34:58 (permalink)
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/11/26 10:26:47 (permalink)
    Al,
     
    Did you have that last year? I have some polyproylene knives from Hamermill if you would like them to attach to the bottom of those ski's i know on my old ice hut it certainly did glide with that.
    It's about the width of a ski....
     
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/12/01 17:29:16 (permalink)
    Denny,      
    How  long is That stuff.. Wouldn't  mind finding something The Length of them too....
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    Re: ICE HAULER 2013/12/02 12:04:45 (permalink)
    I just either use my Clam Nanook if I have the kiddos with me or I use my Frabil Recon when by myself.  I am looking at getting a sled or if I can find the old Frabril shuttle sled for quick outings with quick movement on the ice.
     
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/12/02 12:11:17 (permalink)
    That is an awesome sled that you built.
     
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/12/02 20:28:19 (permalink)
    Alaskan
    That is an awesome sled that you built.
     




      Thank  You  Alaskan ,  The Addition of the Wind/Break Canvas Makes It Awesome...NW/
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/12/03 11:01:58 (permalink)
    Should have plenty to do your little runabout....hahah.......trouble is you pull 3 of those....
     
     
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2013/12/03 19:52:27 (permalink)

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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2014/02/08 13:29:34 (permalink)
    Some folks use rototillers to pull themselves and their gear at the same time. 
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    Re: RE: ICE HAULER 2014/02/14 17:41:49 (permalink)
    NW... FYI the front half of your shanty is missing. It will block even more wind if you replace it.
     
    I just finished building the biggest one I've ever built. It's a collapsible 3 man that opens both length and width wise. The fold out sides turn into bench seats. The platform is 2 ft. off the ice an has snow skis on the runners. It pulled fine in 2 ft of snow in the yard, but haven't had it in deep snow covered ice yet. My only issue now is finding 2 more guys that want to go. My daughters aren't as excited about ice fishing now that we finally have good ice. I've just been using my 1 man.  
     
    I'd post a pick, but it's not that impressive all folded up. 
     
     
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