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First We Must Get To The Fish

I am excited to announce that I have partnered with Camoplast, a great company with a track product that is a must for myself and many other ice fisherman/outdoors folks.  This means that now I will be able to go places I may not have been able to in the past, we must first get to the fish.  It will take me further, take me to remote places, and get me to the fish.  Not only will I benefit from this partnership and their great track system I will now be able to get my clients to places and fish that once were not attainable.

I have installed my Camoplast atv tracks on a Polaris Sportsman 850HO XP with power steering.  This is the ultimate ice fishing machine.  Now that I got this all installed and have been using it the last few weeks all the snow melted, but that is ok.  These can go on ice, snow, dirt, grass, anything for that matter.  They go and go.  I did install some "dirt bike" style screw in studs in my tracks for the sole purpose of getting some better traction on glare ice.   

It has been on display the past two weekends at Gander Mountain in Eden Prairie and Cabela's in Rogers.  Many people stopped to check it out and ask questions.  As you can see it is the complete machine and will go anywhere I may want to go.  Look forward to a busy winter with the machine and have some great fishing reports/updates I need to get posted.  We have been on the big gravel lizards in a big way.  Until next time, Fish On and Merry Christmas.  If you have any questions in regards to the Camoplast tracks or system please contact me.  

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