If I remember right, they used to be permitted on Twin Lakes and I've seen them on Lake John a long time ago. Look at p. 5 of the 2006 regulations for marking of "permanent" shelters. There would be no need for that in the regs if they were proihibited on all public waters. Permanent shelters are specifically prohibited at some lakes, too, like Eleven Mile and Granby. The regs do not prohibit them on Twin Lakes.Mikinaak said:Can anyone tell me what lakes or reservoirs allow permannent fish houses? 8)
...I know it happened two years ago at Delanney Buttes, they had a bunch of stuff stolen...Someone was talking about theirs or a friends permanent shelter that got broke into and all their stuff stole, so I'd stay away from that lake.
All of the sides face the shore.roadkill said:i dont have the regs handy to quote but if ice fishing is permitted and there are no restrictions then permenent shelters are permitted but you must clearly lable the side faceing shore with you name and address
Walking Eagle said: