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Thread: Ice fishing setups

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    fraser valley

    Re: Ice fishing setups

    As for augers i have no complaints using my hand auger but i rarely drill more than 18"
    Originally Posted by lip_ripper00
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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    The Puddle

    Re: Ice fishing setups

    You can also splurge and buy a Clam drill mount, which takes your cordless drill and puts a 2 handle and throttle system on it, so it is easier to control. One thing that I do (have not seen another) is I use an old plastic tool box from Canadian Tire to put my gear in. I think it is about 22" long so the rods fit with a bit of a bend in the tip, keeps everything safe and secure and out of the weather, dont have to worry if you tip your sled over. I have a separate seat so dont need the bucket.


  3. #13
    Join Date
    May 2005

    Re: Ice fishing setups

    I started using an underwater camera from Amazon last year. Sure makes things more interesting!! Especially trying to keep the kids entertained.
    We interrupt this marriage to bring you.........The hunting season!!

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