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Trailer Size for Ice fishing

10/16/20 @ 4:27 PM
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brtn610
brtn610
User since 12/30/07

Looking for some info on trailer size for hauling ice fishing vehicles and gear. Typical use would be hauling one ATV or one snowmobile plus an otter cabin, but would like the ability to haul 2 sleds or 2 ATVs plus the flip over in the trailer if possible.

was previously set on buying a 7x19 inline for this, but am concerned it won’t be big enough to fit a flip over with the machines. My only concern with jumping up to a 7x23 inline is the additional size making it more difficult maneuver at small landings, pulling off the side of the road to fish, etc. Note that the trailer length includes the 5’ V nose.

If anyone has any experience, I’d love to hear.

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10/24/20 @ 12:49 AM
Tim Zwieg
User since 1/10/12

Never to much trailer, but I get the small landing issue.

10/23/20 @ 5:30 PM
up north angler
User since 5/13/04

The extra length was easy to get used too. Being 7 wide makes it seem small. As for parking on side of road it's no wider than truck. The only draw back is if you have to park in a small lot. But any trailer is a pain in a small lot. I just plan for it.   

10/20/20 @ 9:54 PM
brtn610
brtn610
User since 12/30/07

Thanks for the info. Up North Angler, do you ever feel like the 7x23 is cumbersome because of the extra length?

I want to make sure we have enough room but also don’t want to be overkill.

10/18/20 @ 10:59 PM
bob kaz
User since 1/7/02

6x10 doubles as an over night camper

10/17/20 @ 4:17 PM
up north angler
User since 5/13/04

Had to make that choice, I went with Legend 7X23.It a 7X19 with a 5 foot v nose. Fits 2 sportsmens and 2 flip over one mans. Both  machines have rear baskets and one is a 2 up.All fits with about 5 inches to back door.Go to dealer and talk it over with them.Good luck 

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