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Hauling multiple traps

Posted By: just fishin

Hauling multiple traps - 12/06/2016 01:20 PM

I'm selling my X4 and now have 2 scouts and 1 Kenai between my sons and I. Wondering what people have done to both store and transport multiple traps. I use a Polaris Sportsman on the ice. TIA!
Posted By: Backlash 365

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 12/10/2016 04:54 PM



Here's how we transport our shelters when hitting the ice in a group. First we install hitch kits to front and rear of the shelters, second we cut 2 pieces of PVC 6 ft in length, third we run a piece of rope through the PVC pipe and attach carabiner's to each end. Then we fasten the carabiner's to the hitch pins and away we go.

Hope this helps
Posted By: just fishin

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 12/14/2016 11:58 PM

Nice idea! Thanks for the info.
Posted By: Tod Todd

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 12/15/2016 08:56 AM

I found using 1/4 or 3/8 eye bolts from the hardware store and fender washers with nylock nuts on the flat side of the shack works well
Posted By: Bernie Keefe

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 01/23/2017 08:11 PM

If we are traveling through slush or deep snow, make sure to put your heaviest sleds in the back. The lighter ones will set a pack and make traveling easier. Also I only use hard hitches to tow a train.
Posted By: Bernie Keefe

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 01/23/2017 08:11 PM

If we are traveling through slush or deep snow, make sure to put your heaviest sleds in the back. The lighter ones will set a pack and make traveling easier. Also I only use hard hitches to tow a train.
Posted By: Tod Todd

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 01/24/2017 12:38 PM

Great info Bernie
Posted By: Craig Oyler

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 01/30/2017 08:44 AM

Awesome tips Bernie!!
Posted By: Wavs

Re: Hauling multiple traps - 01/30/2017 01:56 PM

Good Info! Now I just need to find a ATV and I will be set!
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