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If you wish to purchase multiple items from our site, we may be able to offer you a better shipping rate. It is quite simple to get a shipping quote and have the items expedited to you. Send a list of the items you wish to purchase along with your zip code to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will calculate the shipping amount along with Minnesota State sales tax if you are a Minnesota resident and then we will send a money request for that amount through PayPal. If the quote is acceptable to you, you may respond to the PayPal email by paying the amount and the items will be quickly sent to you. Please note that there will be an option in the email from PayPal for you to pay with your credit or debit card. PayPal is a secure online payment method (see https in URL address). If the quote is not acceptable to you, you may simply cancel the money request and nothing will be processed.
Of course, the best way to vent your stove is straight up and out through the roof and we sell the complete 3 inch stove pipe venting kits on our Nu-Way Fish House/Deer Stand Stoves page for $59.99 plus shipping and MN sales tax if you live in Minnesota. The reason that it is best to go straight up is whenever you make an elbow in the piping, you run the risk of carbon monoxide leakage. Our vent kit includes 3 – 24 inch sections of 3 inch galvanized vent pipe, 1 cast iron damper, 1 galvanized roof flashing, 1 galvanized storm collar to seal the flashing and 1 galvanized rain cap for the top of the venting.
Because we have had many request for individual stove venting parts for those wanting to vent their stove out the wall, we have added those parts to that page as well. However, there are some things to keep in mind about venting through the wall. First of all, place your damper in the first section of the vent pipe a minimum of 12 inches above the stove. (That recommendation goes for roof venting also.) Second of all, there needs to be at least 48 inches of verticle vent pipe before making any kind of elbow to exit the fish house or deer shanty. And last of all, whichever way you vent your stove, it is recommended that your venting goes at least 2 feet above the peak of the roof.
The items we have added for individual purchase are: 24 inch sections of 3 inch galvanized vent pipe, 3 inch galvanized elbow, 3 inch black cast iron damper, and a 3 inch galvanized rain cap. We have also added another optional item for the wood stove which is the galvanized Ash Shovel for the Nu-Way Model m965 Wood Burning Stove. This would be used in exchange for the Ash Pan. Either the Ash Shovel or the Ash Pan are recommended for easy ash removal from the stove.
If you will be sleeping in your fish house or shanty it is recommended that you have a battery operated CO detector installed to warn you if high levels of CO should somehow get into your shelter and a smoke detector in case of fire. It is also recommended to keep a fire extinguisher in your shanty. We have the Kidde battery operated CO detector available on our Nu-Way Fish House/Deer Stand Stoves page for $24.99, the Kidde battery operated smoke detector for $10.99 and the Kidde single use fire extinguisher for $24.99.
If you are wanting to make a large accessory order on our page, email clancy@clancysoutdoors with your zip code and a list of the items you are wishing to purchase and we will email an invoice with a more accurate shipping quote. We look forward to serving you with all of your Nu-Way Stove and Nu-Way accessory needs.
We have added all sorts of links for you to purchase guides for all aspects of fishing. These guides will enrich your knowledge concerning the specific type of fishing you are enthusiastic about, whether freshwater or saltwater, summer or winter, we have them all here.
My particular favorite is the Ice Fishing Tips Guide since I am an avid winter fisherman. I also like the Bass Fishing Exposed Guide because there are so many lakes in my area where bass are plentiful. Whatever aspect you are enthusiastic about, I am sure you will find a guide within the links here which will help you improve your techniques to catch more fish.
Have you wanted to know the best ways to prepare your catch? Why not give a look at the Favorite Fish Cooking Recipes Guide. Here you will find recipes for preparing your fish the way you like them most.
If you are into building or crafting, there are several guides here that will help you expand your knowledge.Many have enjoyed the Hundreds of Boat Plans Guide which gives you detailed instructions of how to build your own boat. If you are into smaller detail, you may enjoy the Make All Your Own Fishing Lures Guide which will enable you to save hundreds of dollars by making your own lures. Who knows? Maybe you can expand this hobby into a money making opportunity. A nice sequel to this guide is the Wooden Lure Making Guide which gives details about making larger lures out of wood. Here you can learn about how to make great professional looking top water lures out of wood. When you click the link, you will be taken to a page where you will see a sample video of some wooden lure making techniques.
Please visit our pages to find great deals on outdoor equipment. We began as an ice fishing outfitter and will expand our home-based business to fill other needs as we are presented with the needs. We are finding new wholesale contacts on a regular basis. Visit our About Me page for our contact link. Visit our Nu-Way Stoves link to see all models of Nu-Way Stoves offered. Visit our Humminbird Ice Flasher link to see the Humminbird Ice 35, Ice 45 and Ice 55 Ice Flashers.
Check out our new product pages! We have added Lindell Ice Rig Rattle Reels, Auto Jiggers and Rod Holders. Also new is the Mr. Jigger rod balancing jigging device. It even catches fish while unattended. If you wish to pick up any of these products or our other products locally in Monticello, MN, call 763-291-8888 or email.
All of our products are lake tested to be effective. We try to put only the best products out there on our website. For instance, on one occasion, I was fishing with the Mr. Jigger Rod Holder and had the rod sitting balanced in its cradle on the holding device. I had looked away for a few minutes and looking back, found the rod tipped toward the hole. The holder is designed so that it will keep the rod from coming off when a fish bites while unattended. If you have your drag set correctly, it will set the hook, also. In my case, the hook was set and I landed an 11 inch crappie.