Packing for your next RV trip in your Glacier Ice House should be done with careful thought. If this isn’t your first time packing, you may glean new tips and tricks, but if it’s your first time packing for a trip, especially a trip longer than a weekend, you may find these tips particularly helpful.
Cleaning your Glacier Ice House while you are on the road isn’t the easiest of things since you usually don’t pack up the vacuum cleaner. However, if you do need to clean a spot on the rug or get something sticky off the floor (or even if you need to clean the windows while you are on the road), you can pack an effective spot cleaner and other cleaners that don’t take much space.
While the main dish is important in any meal, an entree is only as good as its sides. When you're eating fish, especially one that you just caught fresh out of the ice earlier in the day, you want to be sure that the sides you make with it will complement its taste. Try one or both of these sides the next time you're frying or grilling your catch!
Soup is the ultimate cold weather dish. If you're an ice fisherman, it stands to reason you're going to be pulling out some fish from the lake. For those days where all you want to do is warm yourself up, this versatile soup recipe is standing by. It's built around pike, but you can put most any fish into it, including yellow perch, walleye, sauger, and any other fish you pull out of the lake.
This recipe is perfect for breakfast when you're out ice fishing. It's easy to make, needs minimal ingredients, and will warm you up even on the coldest of days. Not to mention that its savory and sweet flavors are pretty delicious. Despite the name, you don't even need a campfire to cook it. It'll heat up just as well over your Glacier Ice House's range.