One of Clam's popular shelter designs, the Fish Trap Nanook Two-Person Ice Shelter features a lightweight, high-sided sled that easily cuts through snow and glides across ice to set you in the perfect spot. With room for two anglers to fish comfortably side-by-side on padded swivel seats with backrests, the Nanook's instant set-up, low-profile design allows you to spend more time fishing and less time setting-up. The Nanook also features Clam's Rapid Pole Slide System, an innovative plastic sleeve that slides over the tubular aluminum frame making the push pins much easier to deal with in cold conditions. With multiple windows and vents along with the easy in/out corner D-shaped door, the Nanook has all the features serious ice anglers look for in a shelter at a great price. Made in USA.
Rated 5 out of 5 by CanadaBoy Great Product
Great product, very low price, very satisfied, would recommend
December 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by iceman6 get alot for the money
I read alot of reviews that complained about the hardware (bolts stripping) did not have a problem with any hardware, use the right tools. I purchased this so I can fish with my daughters this coming ice season, assembly was easy to follow and took just over hour to complete. Theres plenty of room to store my gear and fish with 2 comfortably.
November 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by kcp14 nice start for the beginner
this is a way to begin. not spent a lot of money . some bad and good about it. i have no bad to say about it.
December 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by CoachTheLake Great Shelter
My experience with the Clam Nanook has been very positive. I would recommend this shelter to anyone who wants the advantage of popping, dropping and bugging out in a hurry.
Assembly is simple enough as long as you pay attention to what you're doing and don't get too dependent on the one sentence instructions that encompass 5 steps. One good piece of advice I'd like to pass along is to make sure you heat up the weather stripping that attaches the canvas to the sled. It isn't very flexible if you don't. I had no trouble with any of the hardware.
The entire pack is nice and light (even when I load up the sled), so it's easy to get around with it if my partner is cutting a new area. The seats are nicely padded and they sit far enough apart and forward, that a small heater can sit behind and between the two anglers.
The fishing area is large enough to accomodate two flashers, a camera and as many holes as the DNR allows rods. The rear door is a nice feature as there is no need to stumble through the fishing area to go after our tip-ups.
I think this is a good choice for anyone looking to improve their mobility and save some time, effort and money.
November 25, 2011