Eskimo FF6120I FatFish Insulated Pop-up Portable 6-Sided Ice Shelter, 5-7 Person

March 2, 2020 - Comment
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Fish more comfortably with more people and more ice gear in the FatFish – the world’s first wide-bottom pop-up portable ice fishing shelter. The FatFish is designed to give you up to 80% more fishable area, while offering the same easy set-up and portability as the best-selling line of Eskimo QuickFish shelters. The entire line of FatFish ice shelters are equipped with all metal ball-and-socket design and larger diameter poles, resulting in a stronger and more durable shelter. The FatFish incorporates distinctive X-style reflective highlighting trim into it’s agressively styled skin. Includes oversized zippered backpack bag for easy transport.

Product Features

  • Everything fits into an oversized cinch duffle bag that
    can easily be carried on your back. The FatFish 6120i offers up to 23% more fishable area than any shelter on the market with similar capacity and size
  • The FatFish is designed with two doors on opposite sides of the shelter to allow anglers easy access to the incredibly large fishing area inside
  • Large, removable window panels with detachable hook and loop windows for 360-degrees of viewing
  • Fully insulated with IQ Insulated Fabric for 35 percent more warmth. 11mm extra-large poles.
  • Features reflective trim, and self-tapping ice anchors that are easier to grip and will not bend under pressure. Mesh storage pockets keep essential fishing gear handy
  • 5-7 person capacity with set-up size of 115″ x 115″ and 78″ high and elbow room of 122″ x 122″
  • Two doors featuring quality YKK zippers, on opposite sides of the shelter allow for easy access
  • 10 large, removable window for more viewing configurations
  • Fully insulated with IQ Insulated Fabric for 35% more warmth
  • Includes 9 self-tapping ice anchors that are easier to grip and will not bend under pressure


Anonymous says:

Eskimo for the Eskimos As we get older, we get softer. Never thought I’d be in one of these. I have been ice fishing in Northern Alaska for over 40 years.Now that I have one of these, I can’t imagine not ever using one. It does have some weight, but I use a sled or my Ranger on tracks to haul all my gear. At -10 F, I use a buddy heater and stay very warm for 6+ hours. At that temp, it does frost up a bit. This “Cabin” has room for three big guys sitting on chairs, with room to spare. Time just seem to…

Anonymous says:

Stitching for support pole pockets failing after one time use. Purchased this item from Amazon in January. Used once. My Son and I set it up this past week to clean and air it out. Found three of the pole pockets where the support poles were literally pushing through the stitching. Spent well over 350 dollars for a tent that I’ve used ONCE. emailed Eskimo with photos and have not yet received a response. Very disappointed in the stitching for the support pile pockets. Hope they stand behind their product. UPDATE: No questions asked…Artisam…

Anonymous says:

It’s youuuuuuuggggggeeeeee……. First off, it’s bigger than you think. Second, it’s heavier than you think. With that said, you won’t need this thing for yourself so it’s no big deal. Bring a sled and help to pull it. I set it up myself the first time without the directions in just a couple of minutes. I was honestly shocked how easy it was. Tear down was a bit more involved but still very very easy. I’m happy with the materials and workmanship. This is not a cheap shack by any means. I’m an avid ice angler and I’m picky…

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