Ice Fishing Shelters

Clam Outdoors is a proud sponsor of Ice Team. Please check out the ALL NEW Ice Team website at www.iceteam.com and follow the Team this season! View our catalogs: »2013-14 Product Catalog »2013 Spring/Summer Catalog For over 30 years Clam Outdoors has stood for the best in outdoor gear. Our customers tell us that the Clam name means dependable, durable, and tough. That’s important, because no one wants to be out in the field or on the ice and have a problem with their gear. Quality is our top priority at Clam, and it’s reflected in everything we make. We started the Ice Fishing Revolution™ when we built the first Fish Trap® shelter over 30 years ago, and we’ve never stopped innovating. Today we offer the largest line of shelters in the business, the IceArmor® line of jackets, bibs, boots and gloves and all types of accessories - from Dave Genz and Jason Mitchell rods to bait buckets and sled lights. We offer everything you need to be successful out on the ice. And we’ve got you covered after the ice melts too. Our line of Polar ATV trailers, IceArmor Hunt clothing, and summer products like the Clam screen tent are built with the same dedication to quality and are made to exceed your expectations. CLAM products. Don’t fear the elements. BRING IT™

Ice Fishing Shelter Removal Dates Dark houses, fish houses and portables must be off the ice no later than midnight for each of the dates given in the following categories below. Border Waters Minnesota–Iowa - Feb. 20 Minnesota–Wisconsin - March 1 Minnesota–North and South Dakota - March 5 Minnesota–Canada - March 31 Inland Waters Dates of removal are determined by an eastwest line formed by U.S. Hwy. 10, east along Hwy. 34 to Minnesota Hwy. 200, east along Hwy. 200 to U.S. Hwy. 2, and east along Hwy. 2 to the Minnesota-Wisconsin border. South of line - March 3, 2014 North of line - March 17, 2014 If shelters are not removed, owners will be prosecuted, and the structure and contents may be confiscated and removed, or destroyed by a conservation officer. After removal dates, shelters may remain on the ice between midnight and one hour before sunrise only when occupied or attended. Storing or leaving shelters on a public access is prohibited. It is unlawful to improperly dispose of ice fishing shacks anywhere in the state. Please clean up around your shack and check with local refuse providers or landfills for ice shelter disposal information. Lessons learned from the 2012 Ice Fishing Season DNR News Release - April 1, 2013

For over 30 years Clam Outdoors has stood for the best in outdoor gear. Our customers tell us that the Clam name means dependable, durable, and tough. That’s important, because no one wants to be out in the field or on the ice and have a problem with their gear. Quality is our top priority at Clam, and it’s reflected in everything we make. We started the Ice Fishing Revolution™ when we built the first Fish Trap® shelter over 30 years ago, and we’ve never stopped innovating. Today we offer the largest line of shelters in the business, the IceArmor® line of jackets, bibs, boots and gloves and all types of accessories - from Dave Genz and Jason Mitchell rods to bait buckets and sled lights. We offer everything you need to be successful out on the ice. And we’ve got you covered after the ice melts too. Our line of Polar ATV trailers, IceArmor Hunt clothing, and summer products like the Clam screen tent are built with the same dedication to quality and are made to exceed your expectations. CLAM products. Don’t fear the elements. BRING IT™

Ice Fishing Shelter Plans