Gas Ice Auger
- 8 inch diameter auger
- 42 inch auger length
- 49: 1 gear ratio
- Lightweight and powerful
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The Ice Was ThinMarch 6, 2018 - Volume One
It was a hike to get back there – no trails – so he'd brought along the blue-n-red ice auger. The hand-crank one. That auger used to hang on the wall of the garage, resting on spikes hammered into the naked studs. I thought it was hilarious. It looked...
For many, the call of ice fishing is irresistibleMarch 8, 2018 - Lewistown Sentinel
And even if you opt to go without a shanty, the small huts that can be easily assembled like tents to keep fishers out of the wind and at least partially protected from the cold, you'll still need something to get you through the ice — hammers are not...
Jiffy Pro Propane Ice Auger vs. Eskimo Mako
Which is Better Jiffy Pro Propane Ice Auger or Eskimo Mako Gas Ice Auger? We tested both of them by seeing which one drills 3 holes faster.
Hand Auger against the Gas Auger..
Derek and Ryan competing with augers.. Jan 10th 2015 Horace Lake.
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Nice FishGrove/Atlantic, Inc.. 2017
On a frozen Minnesota lake, the ice is beginning to creak and groan. It’s the end of the fishing season and on the frostbitten, unforgiving landscape, two friends are out on the ice, angling for something big, something down there that, had it the wherewithal, could swallow them whole. With the existentialism of a Beckett two-hander but set in the icy and folksy depths of the Midwest, Nice Fish is a unique portrayal of a friendship forged out of boredom, bad jokes, and an ability to wait for a really nice fish. Nice Fish premiered at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge Massachusetts, directed by Claire van Kampen, and played to rave reviews in a sold-out extended run in New York in February 2016 at St. Ann’s Warehouse, starring Mark Rylance and Jim Lichtscheidl, and featuring...
Mechanical Ice Drilling TechnologySpringer. 2016
This book provides a review of mechanical ice drilling technology, including the design, parameters, and performance of various tools and drills for making holes in snow, firn and ice. The material presents the historical development of ice drilling tools and devices from the first experience taken place more than 170 years ago to the present day and focuses on the modern vision of ice drilling technology. It is illustrated with numerous pictures, many of them published for the first time. This book is intended for specialists in ice core sciences, drilling engineers, glaciologists, and can be useful for high-school students and other readers who are very interested in engineering and cold regions technology.