Heaters

Heaters

L&M Fleet Supply is your ice fishing headquarters. Stay warm this winter and keep reeling in the fish with the addition of a heater.

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  1. Nu-Way Propane Stove 12,000 BTU
    Nu-Way Stove Mfg. Nu-Way Propane Stove 12,000 BTU
    $219.99
  2. Nu-Way 20,000 BTU Propane Stove
    Nu-Way Stove Mfg. Nu-Way 20,000 BTU Propane Stove
    $279.99
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Keep The Fishing Hot When The Air Is Cold

L&M Fleet Supply is your ice fishing headquarters. Stay warm this winter and keep reeling in the fish with the addition of a heater. Take a look at the variety of Nu-Way products like the all-powerful 20,000 BTU propane heater or the space-saving 12,000 BTU propane heater. We also sell a variety of Mr. Heater products like the portable Little Buddy Heater.

Ice Fishing Propane Heater vs. Electric Heater

When ice fishing, propane heaters are generally easier and more popular compared to electric heaters, requiring simple fuel hook-ups to operate. There are no battery-operated ice fishing heaters, so you’ll need a generator to power an electric heater. This may be a deal-breaker if you don’t have at least a semi-permanent shelter.

Consider the following when choosing between a propane heater vs. electric heater for ice fishing:

  • Propane heaters come with different tank sizes, allowing you to bring along as much fuel as you need.
  • Even if you’re able to hook up an electric heater at your shanty, generators can be noisy, which may drive fish away.

Do I Need a Heater for Ice Fishing?

A heater is great for staying comfortable in the cold, allowing you to keep fishing for as you want, even when temperatures are below freezing. Plus, L&M carries other ice fishing heater parts and accessories that you may find handy for a warm outing.

FAQs

Do I use an ice fishing heater with or without a shelter?

You’ll contain more warmth using a heater under a shelter. Take a look at our hub-style ice fishing house for a variety of convenient options.

Does my shelter need vents if I’m using a heater?

Yes. Propane heaters can cause a buildup of carbon monoxide in your shelter, which is harmful to breathe. Make sure enclosures are properly vented.