Clam Command Post Ice Shelter Review

Perhaps one of the largest ice fish shelters available on the market, the Clam Command Post Ice Fishing Shelter is perfect for those interested in large groups of ice fishing. Lightweight, portable and compact, this shelter provides 72 sq. ft. of space.

It can be transported nearly anywhere, making it perfect for those not interested in purchasing a full-on fishing house. This doubles as a warming house for general activities in winter or generally for simple ice fishing use. Whether out with the family or with your friends, the Clam Command Post Ice Fishing Shelter is worthwhile and cost effective.

Made of heavy-duty 600-denier fabric specially designed for ice fishing, this product is highly-efficient and of the utmost quality. It features a carrying case, six anchors that brace it in the ice with tie-down ropes for security. It also features zipper flaps and sealed windows to keep out drafts. Perfect for those cold days.

Features and Specifications

  • Retail Price: $319.99
  • Accommodates: 6 Anglers
  • Full Size: 6′ x 12′
  • Center Height: 78”
  • Weight: 40 lbs.
  • Packed Size: 54” x 15” x 11”

Overall Review

I would rate my overall review of the Clam Command Post ice shelter as a 4 out of 5. During my review, I was up on Lake Winnipeg and we used the Command Posts as the center staging area for our large group ice fishing excursion. We were split into groups so we were fishing in smaller ice houses, but we coffee and other stuff was in the main ice shelter. If did a really great job, but I think that a solid ice shelter would be better because of how cold it gets up there. This is still a really great ice shelter, that’s why I reviewed it as 4 out of 5 stars.

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Written by Skeets Sawyer

Skeets Sawyer is a master fisherman, angling his way through literally thousands of lakes and rivers. Along with owning a small town bait shop, he designs his own line of fishing poles. Some of most intersting places he's drop his line are Saskatchewan and Sri Lanka. He resides in Henderson, Minnesota.

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