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  1. I do have a lowrance fishhunter wifi sonar which works pretty good. I can run split screen with half graph and half flasher. I currently run it on an old LG phone.lasts for a good 4-5 hours on single charge.
  2. thanks for all your replies. I really appreciate it! I actually have most of the stuff you guys mentioned ( bungee cord, ratchet straps etc) so will keep those with me. Definitely not a fan of the guy cords that are supplied with any tent. I will see how the supplied anchors do. They look to be of good quality, but time will tell. I also got myself a little propane stove/heater so heating is taken care. Will make sure to open the vents when using the heater of course! Last question, if the bite is slow for perch, do you guys just wait, or try deeper water? I was out with luckys Sons on cooks, and literally only caught 8 dinky perch all day using live bait and spoons. I asked to move to another hut which was deeper, so went from 11 feet to 15 feet and results were the same. Any advice on that?
  3. already did with the guard on of course!😁
  4. thanks Chris. I'm seriously tempted by your offer. Will be in touch!
  5. My first post in a while... Really excited since I FINALLY bought my first ever portable ice hut. Bought a 4 person Woods arctic toaster on sale and it has good reviews. Hope it lives up to its name of toaster. Already set it up in the house and seems to be of very good quality and material is nice and thick and well insulated. It is on the heavier side, but it comes with a nice backpack type carrier and 8 nice ice anchors. First time ever using a portable hut let alone buying one. Will try it without a heater to see how it goes. Already spent too much for this winter season 😯. Will try it out on cooks bay this thursday. Hopefully ice is still decent with this spring like weather last 2 days. I also purchased a manual ice auger at a good price, and likewise, never used one before 😅. So far haven't had much luck with quality fish this season in the one outing on couchiching and one on simcoe. only small size perch. Hoping this portable provides better results since of course it's portable! here is a video from youtube of the same hut I bought... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeEdPCfcdhE
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    The Bitter Cold

    15 celcius degrees today in Mississauga 😑. Hope it doesn't effect ice conditions on Simcoe!
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    Ice season is open in Haliburton

    anyone ice fish Halls lake in Haliburton? heard mixed reports about this lake. Mostly small lake trout from what I hear.
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    Wheres the report

    going to head up to Nosbonsing first week of Jan. Will post something then.
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    ZR2 + FROZEN LAKE = FUN

    so do you fish from the comfort and heat of the truck?🐟 Nice truck btw
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    callandar bay ice hut rental recommendation

    Just checked out the rates for tama kwa, which seems to be pretty high, however, it seems like they are one of the better ones on the lake so it should be worth. Again I understand it can be hit or miss, but generally speaking, is the action pretty consistent, or is it the usual slow from 10 am to 3pm like Ive experienced on simcoe?
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    callandar bay ice hut rental recommendation

    You're right about the overnight fishing experience. Ive never done it, but can imagine it being really fun. For now, baby steps. get my friends hooked to some day fishing, hopefully I can drag them out for an overnight fishing experience thereafter lol.
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    callandar bay ice hut rental recommendation

    Thanks Andrew. Will check it out!
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    callandar bay ice hut rental recommendation

    MY bad, I thought callander bay was the closest access point from GTA. Ill go wherever its good.
  14. Hopefully there should be some good ice by the first week of January. A group of friends are planning to go for ice fishing (some for the first time). Any recommendation for day huts with good fishing on callander bay? I understanding, there can be bad days, but in general an operator that knows the lake well and puts you on fish. Thanks
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    Braided line fluro leader

    what weight fluoro leader do you use for lakers?
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