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6x12 Aluma Lite Spear Skid House Green

- Spear hole
- Rubber coin flooring
- Matte green
Article number: AL92261238092-23
Availability: In stock (1)

Introducing the 6x12 Aluma Lite Skid House in a stylish Matte Green finish, designed to enhance your ice fishing experience. This skid house is perfect for hitting the early ice with its lightweight construction, weighing approximately 650lbs. It offers a perfect balance of portability and functionality.

The skid house features a convenient 22"x44" spear door, providing easy access for both angling and spearing. With six holes included, you have plenty of options to set up your gear and pursue your preferred fishing method.

Inside, you'll find a rubber flooring that not only adds a polished look to the interior but also offers easy maintenance, making it a breeze to clean up after a successful day on the ice.

To ensure maximum comfort and insulation, this skid house is equipped with closed-cell insulation throughout, including the floor. This insulation helps to retain heat and maintain a comfortable temperature inside, allowing you to fish in comfort even on the coldest days.

The dimensions of the skid house measure 74" wide and 167" long, including the hyfax. Speaking of hyfax, all standard houses come with 3/8" Hyfax, providing durability and smooth movement across the ice. The 24" x 36" Argon-filled windows allow for ample natural light and visibility, while the included hole covers, hitch, rubber flooring, and 12V lighting complete the package.

Whether you're angling or spearing, this skid house has you covered with a spear door measuring 22" x 44". Additionally, four angling holes are pre-installed, offering convenience and flexibility for your fishing setup.

If you require more information or would like to inquire about a custom skid house tailored to your specific needs, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to help you make the most of your ice fishing adventures.

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