Not only will Polaris® power get you on the ice in winter, it will also run the extra-curricular electronics in your ice house. Continue reading
When your ice shelter’s on wheels, there’s no need to pack light, right? Why get a hard-side shack if you can’t have it all? For the angler with room enough for all the essentials and then some, here’s a check-list of must-haves for your ice house: Continue reading
No matter how sad you are when the ice goes out, don’t cry on your snowmobile before storing it away. Those salty tears could damage essential parts. Continue reading
How far you go to reach your favorite ice fishing holes will help determine which Polaris vehicle you need to get there and back. Continue reading
An hour spent today prepping your snow machine for off-season storage will save you a big headache – and potentially a pretty penny – next ice-fishing season. Before storing your Polaris, follow these simple preventative measures to prolong its life. Continue reading
Before the water of Lake Bemidji turns to ice, fishing guide Bryan “Beef” Sathre focuses his attention on some other wet stuff – the fluids in the Polaris vehicles that get him on and off the hardwater. Continue reading
A platoon of ICE FORCE pros will deploy Nov. 1-3 to the Hard Water Ice Fishing Expo to share fishing tips and answer questions about the industry’s best augers and electronics, lures and line, snow machines and ice shelters. Continue reading
No matter how and where you ice fish, there’s a Polaris vehicle to put you on your bite.
Prefer to fish in a group? Hole hop together in a Polaris RANGER side-by-side. Continue reading
Off-season or extended storage of your Polaris snowmobile requires preventative measures to prolong its life.
“An hour spent today prepping your machine for off-season storage will save you a big headache – and potentially a pretty penny – next ice-fishing season,” says ICE FORCE Pro-Staffer James Holst. Continue reading
Little did Brent Atchison know when he saw the $3,500 ICE FORCE Ultimate Giveaway sweepstakes on the StrikeMaster website, a few weeks later he would be walking away with the loot. Continue reading