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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #90 on: Sep 03, 2020, 01:11 PM »
Thanks for the vid link hardwater diehard!!

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #91 on: Sep 07, 2020, 08:58 PM »
Awesomeness fellas!! Keep the links coming!
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #92 on: Sep 08, 2020, 01:28 PM »
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #93 on: Sep 08, 2020, 01:33 PM »
SOLD OUT!
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #94 on: Sep 08, 2020, 01:49 PM »
SOLD OUT!

Believe they are new and not yet stocked ..lots of sites with new for 2020 items are sold out...ie Eskimos apparel is able to be viewed on several sites but "sold out"...tomorrow Eskimo will launch their new 2020 catalog I believe
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #95 on: Sep 08, 2020, 10:23 PM »
Looks like Striker Ice is adding a line cutter to the zipper pull


                                                          From SI on FB
We are very excited to team up with Line Cutterz, LLC. to bring ice anglers something never seen before on ice fishing apparel - a built-in Zipper Pull!

As seen on Shark Tank and already popular among open water anglers across the U.S. - this zipper pull quickly and conveniently cuts through any monofilament, fluorocarbon, and braided line like a knife through butter.

It's included on our brand new Hardwater Jacket and Bib, Climate Stryk Jacket, Predator Stryk Jacket, and Women's Prism Jacket. Bring on the ice!

Looks like you can get it as a add on

https://www.linecutterz.com/collections/featured-products/products/line-cutterz-zipper-pull-cutter

https://www.amazon.com/Line-Cutterz-Ceramic-Zipper-Cutter/dp/B07Q422D63

That's actually pretty slick!

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #96 on: Sep 09, 2020, 11:20 AM »

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #97 on: Sep 09, 2020, 12:06 PM »
That line cutter looks promising. The only question I have is on the durability of a ceramic blade in cold temperatures. Will it be more susceptible to damage than a metal blade? Thoughts?
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #98 on: Sep 10, 2020, 05:55 PM »
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #99 on: Sep 10, 2020, 06:08 PM »
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #100 on: Sep 10, 2020, 06:48 PM »


Im sure the eskimo flip overs are really good quality. That being said they have the same problem as their hub shacks. The damn door is only big enough for a moderately sized teenager to get through. Definitely think otter is still ahead of them with the side door.

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #102 on: Sep 11, 2020, 11:27 AM »
Eskimo adapter ..I believe this will also work for any hand auger(18mm) onto a power head

https://geteskimo.com/collections/accessories/products/pistol-bit-adapter

Battery bracket/tray

https://geteskimo.com/collections/accessories/products/sled-shelter-battery-tray
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #105 on: Sep 14, 2020, 02:34 PM »
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #106 on: Sep 14, 2020, 02:38 PM »
That line cutter looks promising. The only question I have is on the durability of a ceramic blade in cold temperatures. Will it be more susceptible to damage than a metal blade? Thoughts?

Line cutters has had a bunch of different cutters out for several years now. I have a flat mount one mounted to my flip over sled. Holding up great.

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #108 on: Sep 14, 2020, 11:01 PM »
https://seaguar.com/freshwater/new-lines/icex
This new fluorocarbon line is being advertised as "low memory". It will be interesting to see how low of memory this line actually has. I haven't had any luck using any fluorocarbon line for ice fishing that hasn't been very "springy" coming off of the spool! I think I tried 2 or 3 brands and that was enough for me.

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #109 on: Sep 15, 2020, 05:37 AM »
Not really new but something I'm considering using as leader on bigger prey. Started using it this past season trolling crankbaits and crawler harnesses w/ planer boards on Lake Erie for Walleye. 20# test @ 12# diameter and it did not disappoint. I had 1 break off all year. Tough stuff with a soft feel. No kinks.

https://sunlineamerica.com/products/super-natural-monofilament/?sku=63758740
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #110 on: Sep 15, 2020, 06:12 AM »
Thanks for the tip on that Sunline. I will have to give it a try next spooling. 
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #111 on: Sep 15, 2020, 06:51 AM »
Thanks for the tip on that Sunline. I will have to give it a try next spooling.


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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #112 on: Sep 15, 2020, 07:34 AM »
This new fluorocarbon line is being advertised as "low memory". It will be interesting to see how low of memory this line actually has. I haven't had any luck using any fluorocarbon line for ice fishing that hasn't been very "springy" coming off of the spool! I think I tried 2 or 3 brands and that was enough for me.
me too, been screwed too many times. Mono works just fine.

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #113 on: Sep 16, 2020, 10:10 AM »
This new fluorocarbon line is being advertised as "low memory". It will be interesting to see how low of memory this line actually has. I haven't had any luck using any fluorocarbon line for ice fishing that hasn't been very "springy" coming off of the spool! I think I tried 2 or 3 brands and that was enough for me.

P line florouclear works great for me, I know a lot of others love it also. It's a copolymer.  Get the bulk summer spools, the ice line version is the exact same just re packaged.

Clam partnered with sunline last year and that line is supposed to be awesome,  I'll be trying it out this winter

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #114 on: Sep 16, 2020, 12:50 PM »
P line florouclear works great for me, I know a lot of others love it also. It's a copolymer.  Get the bulk summer spools, the ice line version is the exact same just re packaged.

Clam partnered with sunline last year and that line is supposed to be awesome,  I'll be trying it out this winter

Been using the P Line florouclear for 2 seasons now.  Summer and winter, and it is a good one.  i fish alot of tungsten jigs so I have been paying close attention to jig spin.  Just received a new order for lighter weights this year. 

What was the Clam line that they came out with that you mentioned?  Was this the Frost line?
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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #115 on: Sep 17, 2020, 01:07 PM »
Been using the P Line florouclear for 2 seasons now.  Summer and winter, and it is a good one.  i fish alot of tungsten jigs so I have been paying close attention to jig spin.  Just received a new order for lighter weights this year. 

What was the Clam line that they came out with that you mentioned?  Was this the Frost line?

Awesome! I really like the #3 pLine on my UL panfish rods.  A hi-vis line is nice for line watching/bite detection though.

Yeah it's called frost, looks like it came out a few years ago actually, and they have a frost mono, frost braid and a frost fluoro. I'm going to try the new for this year(hey I'm staying on topic  ;) ) gold color in mono this year on a rod. https://clamoutdoors.com/pages/frost-ice-line

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Re: What's new for 2020/2021?
« Reply #116 on: Sep 17, 2020, 02:18 PM »
I like that it reclines ..may fit a seating niche

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