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Frabill Ice Shelter Review – Aegis 2000

Product: Frabill Aegis 2000
Price: $379.99
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Dimensions and Weight: 83"L x 58"W x 61.5"H, 53lbs
Warranty: 1-year Limited
My Rating: 9.1 out of 10

Today I will be writing a Frabill ice shelter review on the Aegis 2000. This flip-over is one of Frabill’s less expensive lines of ice shelters. Frabill has five ice shelters in the Aegis line-up, and they are all well-built flip-over ice shelters for the price.

Frabill is a solid companyFrabill Aegis 2000

This company has been around since 1938. It started with five members of the Matra family, Frank, Bill, Earl, Michael and Ed, and the first two members Frank and Bill is how they came up with the Frabill brand name. The Fra in Frank and Bill equals Frabill! Pretty clever huh?

Anyway, they have been around for more than 70-years. Frabill has produced some excellent ice fishing and open water fishing products throughout the years.

Now that you have a little history on the Frabill company and how it was founded let’s get into the

Frabill Ice Shelter Review – Aegis 2000

Frabill Ice Shelter ReviewAegis is named after the shield that protected the god Zeus from Greek mythology. So these shelters must be tough as nails! Just a little useless trivia you can use around the campfire to impress your friends with lol. 🙂

The Aegis 2000 fits two people comfortably and has spacious room inside for your ice fishing pleasure. It’s a flip-over type ice shelter. You just set it up, flip it right over crawl in and start ice fishing. Or you can flip it over yourself and start fishing. It doesn’t matter how you do it because it is lightweight and easy to transport.

Aegis 2000 Product Details

The Aegis 2000 dimensions when it is set-up are 83″L x 58″W x 61.5″H. The fishable square feet is 19.5 and is made out of 300 denier fabric. Denier fabric is a durable and long-lasting material. It will keep the wind out on those cold frost bit days out on the ice. It comes in a contemporary style. At only 53lbs it’s easy to haul this shelter around on the ice. You could fold it up and throw it over your shoulder.

The openings and windows are in optimal places around the ice shelter. The Aegis also comes with a front door with a heavy-duty zipper attached. It’s durable and lightweight. The housing comes with two padded trunks under the seats for separate added storage space — plenty of room to do your fishing with a patented modular seating system for two.

Storage BinsThis ice shelter has builtin storage and rod holders. Which is a plus so that you can put the gear you are not using out of the way. Does not come insulated but a little space heater like Mr. Heater will keep it warm and cozy enough so that you can enjoy yourself ice fishing.


The Frabill Aegis 2000 ice shelter is a great beginner ice shack. It’s bare bones, but it will keep you out of the elements and keep the wind off of your face. Like I said earlier if you put a little electric space heater in there like a Mr. Heater you will stay toasty warm even when it is frozen outside.

The price is right at only $379.99. Durable and light to carry around. Easy set-up, stiff fabric and plenty of fishable space for two people you can’t go wrong. Try this one out if you’re getting into ice fishing or it would make an excellent gift for someone you might know that’s just starting in this sport.

I hope you got some useful information out of this Frabill ice shelter review. In the future I will be doing more reviews of other Frabill ice shelters and products so bookmark for future reviews.


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Frabill Aegis 2000









  • Fits Two People Comfortably
  • Padded Trunk
  • 19.5 Square Feet Of Fishable Space


  • Not Insulated

My name is Cory Haasnoot. I own a few websites. I'm a writer/editor of content on these sites. I live in Northwestern Wisconsin with my wife. I have 4 awesome children from a previous marriage. I enjoy fishing, hiking, sports such as basketball and football. When I'm not writing about these topics on my websites I'm out doing these things. I am fond of collecting coins and antiques. I'm a huge history buff and like to go metal detecting from time to time. Just always remember you can... Catch Your Fish and Eat it 2

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