Eskimo Quick Fish 3 Pop-Up Portable Ice Shelter
MFG #: 69143
SKU #: 3140556
Product Rating & Reviews
As the most portable ice shelter on the market, an angler has complete mobility to go where the fish are. A backpack holds the shelter for easy transport. Sets up in seconds and protects from the worst of elements. Extremely durable and comes with ice anchors for windy fishing
•The most compact, portable pop-up portable ice shelter on the market.
•Heavy duty ice anchors with tie-off ropes included for stability, even in high wind conditions. Anchors and rope stow away in special pouch for travel
•Dual-pull zippered door feature a premium YKK 10 coil style zipper, the best zipper in the world.
•Extra-long skirt helps eliminate drafts and keeps the elements out.
•Large storage pockets give you a place to keep your gear handy.
•RED Rugged Extreme Durable fabric withstands abuse, while protecting you from the elements.
•Reflective corners and license holder included .
•Provides ample space for three ice anglers
•Set-Up Size(A): 70 in x 70 in
•Height(B): 80 in
•Elbow Room(C): 90 in x 90 in
•Sled Size: n/a
•Collapsed Size: 8.5 in x 8.5 in x 52 in
•Weight: 23 lbs
•Ice Anchor Qty: 6
•Large Mesh Pockets: n/a
•Gear Pockets: 2
•Warranty: 1 year limited
October 28, 2013 - posted by jonathan wilson
I got this for Christmas from this site last year. On my first trip i snapped a fiberglass rod in it trying to fold it down. .. It was my fault ...DO NOT FORCE SHUT. It has a proper way to fold down and once you learn it its very quick to put up and down. I can set up and take down in 2 min flat. Eskimo was very helpful in helping me order new poles and they were 7 dollars each. I got extra. this shanty is very big for its price and allot cheaper than other brands of this size. Awesome gift to give or buy for yourself... I use no heater and even then if you are in it for a while you will be taking off your coat..
December 26, 2012 - posted by Graham
Bought this almost exactly a year ago. Used for the season with no problems, but the first time that I set it up this year I popped the top hub through the canvas... Probably user error. In my mind this shouldn't have happened even though it was probably my fault. Keeps you warm with a heater on medium even on the coldest days, but if you want to avoid the condensation get an insulated house.
December 19, 2012 - posted by Tom
I agree with the previous poster. I took mine up to the Lake of the Woods. There was 20 - 30 mile an hour winds so we tied two of the sides to our four wheelers. The thing shook all day but considering the winds I couldn't have been happier with it's performance. It is also so nice and light. Once mine started to fill up with ice I just carried it down in the basement, thawed it out and wrapped it back up in the case. I would recommend this to anyone.
February 15, 2012 - posted by Bruce Hambell
I've been ice fishing for 20 years. I've been looking for a pop up that's easy to put up, easy to anchor, easy to take down, provides enough room to stand, fish with another large person and is of very high quality. So far, this is the pop up shelter of my dreams.. Thank You Eskimo!!