- Lightweight for easy maneuvering, fish houses can be towed onto the ice with an ATV.
- While some are very modest shelters providing bench seating and shelter from the elements, some fish houses come complete with heat, kitchens, bathrooms, beds, and even satellite TV.
- Fish houses make long days on the ice more pleasant and provide refuge for overnight stays near the lake.
- After a successful day on the ice, cook up the catch of the day on the stove while relaxing with friends.
Comfort in the Cold
If the winter’s subfreezing temperatures make you dream of dropping a line in the ice, there’s no need to spend all your time in the elements. Fish Houses are a great way to stay sheltered from the cold and spend time with friends while you wait on your tip-ups. Scroll down to see more of the possible features and amenities.Find a Dealer
Equipped with 6-10 ice holes, these RVs are built with basic kitchens, bathrooms, and couches. Some even have pull-down bunks for those long weekends.
Tables are often not secured to the floor in ice fish houses so that they can be easily stowed, opening up more living space and access to ice holes.
Typical Features & Amenities
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do ice fish houses have heat?
Yes. Ice fish houses are climate controlled so that you truly are protected from the harsh elements inside a comfortable shelter.
How do I position the house?
Ice fish houses are designed specifically to be easy to maneuver and are lightweight enough to be pulled onto the ice with an ATV. This makes towing into place and pulling it off the ice at the end of your trip a simple process.
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