Eskimo Fatfish 9416 Insulated Ice Shelter Review

Eskimo Fatfish 9416 Insulated Ice ShelterIce fishing gear augers and ice fishing shelters are two most important essentials for ice fishing. Ice fishing shelters keep you warm during or after your ice fishing session.

When it comes to buying ice shelters, there’s nothing that beats the utilities of Eskimo Ice Shelters. Eskimo is famous for its world’s first wide-bottom pop-up portable ice fishing shelters that are durable, easy to set up and take down, and are designed to keep you warm in freezing temperatures.

Eskimo Fatfish 9416 Insulated Ice Shelter is built especially for the anglers to give them up to 80% of more fishable area besides offering the same features of portability and easy set-up for which Eskimo QuickFish Shelters are known for.

The bestselling products of the Eskimo QuickFish Shelters are equipped with all metal ball and socket design and larger diameter poles, boasting a durable and sturdier shelter for anglers.

Eskimo Fatfish 9416i boasts a Halo HFIS76MC Inshore Cast Rod, unparalleled strength and weight, and superior advanced micro technology. With a set-up size of 94 x 167 inches and 80 inches high and elbow room of 99 x 172 inches, the shelter easily accommodates 7 to 9 persons.

The ice house comes with 10 large detachable windows around the tent that provide ample light and the ability to see out. You can also close the windows when you don’t want them or for extra insulation of the house. The ice shelter has 2 doors that are provided with high quality YKK zippers, on opposite sides of the shelter for easy access.

The tent is made up of  IQ insulated Fabric for 35% more warmth. Nine self tapping ice anchors adheres the tent firmly to the ice and doesn’t bend under pressure. The box also includes an oversized zippered backpack bag for easy transport.

Eskimo Fatfish 9416 Insulated Ice Shelter is large but easier to be set up and take down. All it requires is just a pull on the sides and it comes together fast and easy and this can be done by a single person, no assistance required.

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