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Bass Pro Shops® Ice Arctic Angler Tip-Up

   

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The affordably-priced Bass Pro Shops Extreme Ice Arctic Angler Tip-Up is built to perform flawlessly when winter really rears its ugly head. Constructed with a durable molded base and spool, the Extreme Ice Angler Tip-Up features a corrosion-resistant stainless steel spool shaft, strike indicator spring and strike indicator shaft. The Tip-Up's strike indicator felt flag is highly-visible and freeze-resistant. An integrated measuring board allows you to quickly size up your catch.

    Features:
  • Durable, weather resistant molded base and spool
  • Corrosion resistant stainless steel components
  • Integrated measuring board
  • Super sensitive trip mechanism
  • Highly visible strike indicator
  • Highly-visible and freeze-resistant strike indicator felt flag
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Missing screws - twice! Until I ordered this product (ordered 2 for this season) I had nothing but good experiences with BPS products. Not this time. Tip ups arrived and one of them was missing a screw that holds the swing bar in the middle and therefore I could not keep the two sides together. Returned that and the next one was missing the small screw that controls how deep you can set the spool. This caused the pole that goes into the water to raise all the way up once I set the flag under the swivel. Had to gently set the flag to avoid the whole thing coming up and releasing the flag. Was also missing the BPS logo entirely on the second tip up. Sloppy quality control. January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by good value verry happy with tis product works good easy to use and the price is great! ihave only used them twice but caught fish and had no problems. January 12, 2012
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4 years, 10 months ago
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The shaft has grease on the inside so water can't get in....it's low temp grease. I've chipped these out of icy holes and never had a problem with the shaft not spinning.
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There is a petroleum based lubricant that is inside of the tube that encases the shaft of the tip-ups spool/trip mechanism drive shaft. This lubricant is sealed internally within this tube thus preventing it from freezing around the drive shaft for the trip mechanism where it rises up thru the skim ice in the hole while waiting for your minnow to get T-boned.
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How do u stop line form free spooling? please explain how it works and how to put it together.
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There is a hook that the line goes through once you set the depth which makes it so that if line is to come out, it spins the spool. The spool is connected to a shaft that runs inside the outer shaft and is sealed up with grease so no water gets in. When the spool spins, the 'T' at the top spins and lets the flag up. You can see the T spinning from a ways away if the fish is running. If you're using large bait it's tough to set drag on this model, you can kind of wedge the line into the loop to keep bait from running and moving the spool, or you can use a clothespin or an elastic. They come put together, just add your backing and leader/hook, unfold, bait the hook and fish.
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Jake,

generally the fact that the spool is operating underwater creates a moderate amount of drag along with a certain amount of drag simply from the mechanism. I've fished over 20 years with tip ups and never had a free spooled mess equivalent to what happens with a casting reel in the hands of a novice. The designers have factored in the proper resistance in the tip ups mechanical design to prevent this from happening. Use 30lb-40lb heavy braided dacron tip up line, with a 2'- 30lb super braid leader, I use a split shot 8" up from a small treble, but everyone has their individual preferences on the hook set up. The yellow tip ups are an excellent product, we've used them many years.
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