You certainly could lug your ice fishing gear out to your honey holes with your hands or in a backpack if you wanted. But if you are a serious ice angler with an arsenal of ice fishing rods, reels and assorted tackle, victuals and beverages, why would you? Ice fishing sleds will make the job of hauling your gear out and back much easier. Gliding over the ice, they will save your back and your energy so you can concentrate on why you are there in the first place - to catch fish.
Here at FISH307, we carry a big inventory of ice fishing sleds and accessories. These products will make your life easier and every angling adventure more productive and fun.
Slews of Sleds
Whether you plan to pull your ice sled by hand or tow it with an ATV or snowmobile, we have one to suit your style. You can pick from all the best brands here, like Shappell and Otter. From a small ice fishing sled perfect for hauling by hand to a large ice fishing sled suitable for towing behind a vehicle, you can find exactly the right length and width to suit your needs.
We also have ice sleds of varying depths available. The deeper sleds are generally a better choice for big loads or motorized towing because they will help prevent your stuff from spilling out. Our ice sled covers provide an additional layer of protection for your gear. They can keep slush and snow out and help keep your load safe and stable.
When it's cold outside and the fish are on the bite, you don't want to waste time fumbling for tackle. An ice fishing sled organizer like one of our storage nets and hammocks will provide you quick access to what you need.
If you're going to be towing your sled, we carry ice sled hitches to ensure a secure and solid connection. We also carry all kinds of ice sled towing parts like hitch adapters and hitch replacement pins. For those pulling their sleds manually, one of our harnesses will provide hands-free pulling.
If you have to occasionally haul your sled over gravel, pavement or other hard surfaces, a set of wear bars will help protect your sled's bottom. A small investment in wear bars can pay big dividends in longer life for your sled.