The Eskimo ProFish series of portable ice shelters give you unmatched seating comfort and easy access to your gear
Cumberland, Wisconsin - Portable ice shelters are all pretty much the same until you get inside them. The Eskimo ProFish™ series features a remarkably comfortable padded bench seat that blows away the hard, uncomfortable plastic seats commonly found in other shelters. This may not seem like a big deal after 30 seconds in the retail showroom, but it sure makes a difference after hours sitting on the ice!
The Eskimo ProFish™ 80/20 bench seating system features independently folding seat backs so you can easily access gear without other fishermen having to stand. Plus, each seat bottom independently folds forward to expose gear directly under the seat. No other ice shelter even comes close when it comes to accessing your gear.
The Eskimo ProFish™ is a flip-style house that can also be set in the ˝ open position which blocks wind at your back. Or, when fully deployed, it will keep wind out all together with the shack's full skirt surrounding the bottom.
Eskimo ice shelters are made out of a dark green safety fabric that resists fire and water. Other lighter two-tone grey and blue fabrics allow light in, which makes viewing down an ice hole difficult.
For more information, visit www.ardisam.com or call 1-800-345-6007. Eskimo, over 40 years on the ice!
Jay Engstrom, Ardisam, Inc. 715-822-2415
Jeff "Jesse" James - Owner of Jesse's Hunting & Outdoors
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