Frabill Trekker Portable Ice Shelter

The ice fishing experts at Frabill have built a top-notch, ultra-practical fishing machine in the Trekker Portable Ice Shelter. It has space for up to two anglers and your gear, plus it’s loaded with great features.

Frabill covered this shelter with an Arctic Armor Tent to provide superior protection from the elements, and it’s removable for cleaning and off-season storage. All told, the fishable space measures 4 feet, 5 inches long by 5 feet wide.

The upscale increased profile provides more headroom, thus eliminating crouching plus a vented roof improves airflow to minimize condensation.

Underneath, a strong thermo-formed sled base features 8-inch sides to keep equipment in place during transport. The shelter pops up easy thanks to a telescoping steel/aluminum frame, which also allows an adjustable tent height for varying wind conditions.

The front frame pole folds down to lay flat on the ice. Other feature includes 2-inch-by-2-inch reflectors on each side for night identification, and an oversized storm flaps seal out wind and blowing snow. A clear license holder and tow rope also is included.

Fully set up on the outside, the shelter measures 7 feet, 5 inches long by 5 feet wide and a height of 5 feet, 7 inches. Folded up, it measures a mere 5-feet long by 2 feet, 11 inches wide by 18 inches tall. It weighs 74 pounds.

For more information, contact:
Frabill, Inc.
P.O. Box 449
Jackson, WI 53037

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