At L&M Fleet Supply, we’re your go-to ice fishing headquarters. Find the perfect rod and reel to hook a trophy fish, heavy-duty outwear from brands like DSG and Ice Arctic, plus protective shelters, portable heaters, augers and all of the other essential ice fishing gear you need for a successful outing.

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    Frabill Frabill Magnum Bait Station
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  2. Otter Pro Sled, Small
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  3. Grabber Michigan Handwarmers, 1 Pair
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  8. Anglers' Choice Clipper 3"
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Your Source for the Best Ice Fishing Gear & Supplies

Stop by one of our 10 stores across the upper midwest, or conveniently through our online shop and stock up with the best ice fishing supplies for winter.

What Should I Buy for Ice Fishing?

Grab the following ice fishing essentials to make your experience more comfortable while reeling in the big one:

Gear Up with Our Ice Fishing Accessories

L&M Fleet Supply also carries a full range of fishing accessories for an enjoyable time on the ice. Don’t forget to gear up with items like:


Do you sell bait?

We sell a variety of lures, jigs and other non-living bait from premier ice fishing brands like Rapala and Northland Fishing, among others. Inquire with your local store about live bait options throughout the year.

When is it safe to go ice fishing?

In general, you should wait until ice is about four inches thick before ice fishing. This usually occurs after seven to 10 days of consistent below-freezing temperatures.

Do I need a shelter to go ice fishing?

While not required, an ice fishing shelter will keep you comfortable all day long. And, when you’re more comfortable, you can stay out longer and increase your chances of landing a full bucket of fish.