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    Quote Originally Posted by grab the net View Post
    I've really got to spend a day In a thermal because everyone seems to find a significant difference in warmth. anyone with one seem to notice the added weight? How is packing back up when wet and then frozen from a day out fishing? Things I always wondered but never had the luxury of trying one out. My gang is all pop ups and reg canvas clams
    To me the biggest advantage of an insulated hut is the great reduction on condensation and water dripping from the roof.




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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    As far as an Auger, I have a 20v Dewalt drill mounted on the Clam drill adapter, with a 5 inch Lazer auger. Works like a charm, no gas fumes, mixing gas etc., and no worries about it not starting..

    and perchance ....... WHERE THE HECK DID YOU FIND A PLACE THAT STILL HAD THEM IN STOCK!!!!! Canadian Tire has them online but their "get it by Febrary 25th" and "we will notify you when you can pick it up" makes me think about delays and June....


    You can also refill the 1lb tanks if weight is an issue.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_l7fKnPnUQ
    http://www.instructables.com/id/How-...osable-propan/


    on a quick look, you can probably get them at Sail or Cabelas or Canadian Tire .... I never trust Amazon unless I KNOW what I am buying and this is just a quick example..
    https://www.amazon.ca/Onlyfire-Regul...70_&dpSrc=srch
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    Quote Originally Posted by mosquito View Post
    and perchance ....... WHERE THE HECK DID YOU FIND A PLACE THAT STILL HAD THEM IN STOCK!!!!! Canadian Tire has them online but their "get it by Febrary 25th" and "we will notify you when you can pick it up" makes me think about delays and June....


    You can also refill the 1lb tanks if weight is an issue.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_l7fKnPnUQ
    http://www.instructables.com/id/How-...osable-propan/


    on a quick look, you can probably get them at Sail or Cabelas or Canadian Tire .... I never trust Amazon unless I KNOW what I am buying and this is just a quick example..
    https://www.amazon.ca/Onlyfire-Regul...70_&dpSrc=srch
    Unfortunately you cannot get those at Canadian tire or sail because they are illegal in Canada. You would have to order online or pick one up in the states

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    Quote Originally Posted by grab the net View Post
    I've really got to spend a day In a thermal because everyone seems to find a significant difference in warmth. anyone with one seem to notice the added weight? How is packing back up when wet and then frozen from a day out fishing? Things I always wondered but never had the luxury of trying one out. My gang is all pop ups and reg canvas clams
    The insulated huts really do make a big difference. I went from my 9 year old clam nanook uninsulated to an otter lodge insulated and just not having the condensation is worth the extra money. I bring coat hangers with me now and hang my jacket and gloves up and they dry out by the time I leave. The weight difference is definitely noticeable, my clam is way easier to drag out ( on my Smitty ) , but the extra room , super comfortable seats plus being able to stand up inside is awesome. My nanook had a bare spot from where my rod tip would hit from hooksets.

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