Whether you most value cutting speed, weight or clean emissions, there’s a StrikeMaster power auger perfect for your ice-fishing needs. Continue reading
When you find a honey hole this winter, spend more time fishing through it and less time re-drilling it. Open the ice with StrikeMaster’s new 10-inch Honda™ 35cc Lite [Product 'Honda%2035cc%20Lite' not found!]. Continue reading
Looking for the ideal combination of weight, cutting speed and value in an ice auger? Look no further than the StrikeMaster Lazer Mag [Product 'Lazer%20Mag' not found!] …the fastest, lightest, most powerful auger on the ice. Continue reading
Should I stay or should I go?
How many times has that question crossed your mind when anchored on a spot that you just know should hold fish, but has for some reason not yet yielded even a nibble. Continue reading
As the days lengthen as we lean into spring, walleyes begin to shake the winter doldrums. Today, three ICE FORCE pro staffers leak their best tips for getting back on a good ‘eye bit in the late-ice season. Continue reading
“When you can’t get out and ice troll, you’ve got to keep the guys on the move in the portables, where they’re warm, comfortable, and of course, where they’re going to catch a lot of fish,” says Roach, an ICE FORCE pro-staffer, preeminent Mille Lacs Lake guide and popular ice-fishing media personality. Continue reading
With three jumbo perch already on the ice nearby, Ice Force Pro-Staffer Tony Roach kneels beside an ice hole – one of dozens he’s punched this day – and calls his shot. He’s going to get bit again and he knows it. Continue reading
When fish move, they don’t bring baggage. Ice anglers don’t have that option. Good thing we’ve got StrikeMaster augers.
“The fish don’t lug gear when they move, so they’ve got a head start on us ice anglers,” says ICE FORCE Pro-Staffer Tony Roach. “StrikeMaster’s light, easy-starting and fast-cutting augers help me catch up to them quicker. If my auger was heavier and slower cutting, it would be hard to keep up with the fish and stay on a bite.”