Clam The Clam® 2000 Ice Fishing Shelter
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- Dome-style roof
- Folds-up to fit in most car trunks
- Four 2'' x 6’'' safety reflectors
- Carpeted floor
- Two pre-cut holes
- Two extra-wide doors
- Two windows
- Mesh window vent
- Two safety air vents
- 2 holes with covers
The Clam 2000 Ice Fishing Shelter offers enough room for two ice anglers to comfortably jig the winter away. Designed with the Snap-up System™ for quick set-up, The Clam 2000 ice hut features Clam's legendary Ice Armor™ tent fabric which is supported by a sturdy tubular frame. The Clam 2000's dome-style roof provides extra head room, while the Clam 2000 Ice Shelter's 2 extra-wide doors, 2 windows for viewing tip-ups and 2 safety air vents ensure you're as comfortable as a clam. Plus, The Clam 2000's carpeted floor is designed with two pre-cut holes with covers. Imported.
Specifications: Color: BlueSet-up Size: 72'' X 48'' Center height: 64''Pack Size: 32'' x 15'' x 6''Weight: 45 lbs.
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 2 out of 5 by Barncat Clam® 2000 Ice Fishing Shelter
I would not buy this again.
* the zippers are poor quality. they will break.
* the zippers tab you hold onto breaks.
* the ceiling velcro holding the foo choo sticks in place is very short, why not 2 more inches added
* the sissy sticks that hold the roof up are flimsy and crack and break
* the floor design is bad because at the fold there is this ridge in the middle of the shack and that means you cant sit a bucket or flat based seating item there.
I wonder if the girl scouts design these things or do real ice fishermen? I prefer a shack with aluminum rods to hold the ceiling and would not buy this again for half the price.
November 12, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by jordy1380 Easy to use but needs work
I got this as a prize for a drawing at Bass Pro. I have nothing to complain about in regards to price due to that; however, there are some flaws with the product. If it is cold outside, below 20*F then the zippers freeze up really bad and you must use your heater to warm them up before you can close the doors. I have learned to close the zippers when you pack up the hut and that should solve the problem a bit with sticky zippers. They still may need to be heated in order to close easily. The handles on the zipper break extremely easy to, I have broken two of them and one of the others is bent due to sticky zippers. You will need to replace them with tougher zipper handles if possible. The tent poles that they use for the ceiling of the hut are a bit flimsy as well. I have had one of them split at the end when putting the hut up and you can be gentle with them, it won't matter.
The product is extremely easy to use and it fits in the back of my car which are a couple reasons why I enjoy it. It's pretty lightweight and you can stack your supplies on top of it to use it like a sled. Overall, the quality of the product isn't that great but it's really easy to use.
January 28, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by sjf1075 Not that great
Would be nice but needs some more thought.The zippers don't work when below 15 degrees and the little pulls break right off, the roof bow design sucks in the sidewalls so it confines the inside space quite a bit and the floor is pretty soft so if you put a chair in it and it's on snow instead of solid ice it flexes alot.
February 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by OhioBanker Great Shanty
The first shanty I owned and loved it. I used my Clam Corp 2000 to ice fish various lakes in Central Ohio and enjoyed having a shanty large enough to fit me and a friend comfortably (I am 6'2") but packs up small enough to fit in my 4 door sedan. Two things I would change are: The tent poles used to pop the top up slit at the ends making them harder to work with, and the metal bars on both end that are used to make the shanties structure suffered from extreme oxidation to the point where it was sticking pretty badly after only two years of use. I bought the competitors version of the Clam 2000 (the black colored ones) and although there was enough space to fish 3 people the set up was not as easy as Clam Corp 2000.
December 18, 2011
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