Frabill Stick Tip-Up, Brown (1720), One Size
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Unfortunately, I am not sure where they were made, however they are very smooth and well designed, and you can easily shorten them in the case of wind. I have used a variety of tip ups and these are my favorites.
Although I haven't fished 60', I have plenty of line left after fishing 60'. I would say at least 50 yards.
I'm not into that
I think these will fit perfectly in a 6"-diameter box The hole measures 10" in diameter.
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For the price, this is a great fish. However, it is a little too sensitive, spooked by the bait and The spool had been loose, so I tightened it up and bent the trigger to be more curvy around the ring. I then roughened the inside of the curve with a file. I will The trigger assembly is like a jack tarp. It's materials seem to be very good.
I had to go back and verify this, but I only paid It cost me 39 for a pair that I got some time ago. In spite of that, they work just fine however, I think if you pay a little more, you would do better. However, I did receive what I expected at that price point despite the fact that they aren't super durable.
There are some high-quality parts in the product, but the tripping mechanism does not have enough resistance, so it is pretty challenging to set it up correctly. It can also be difficult to see the flag after tripping since it tends to fall after tripping. You get what you pay for when you spend 8 dollars. Then I'll use them on holes in close proximity to my main base in order to minimize the time spent resetting the many false flags that they're usually going to raise. I'm going to experiment with some personal maintenance to determine if it will make them function more effectively. I'm having a problem executing the tip up. The components themselves are good, it's just how to put it together.
when the wind is howling and be mindful of how you wind your line on the spool, the catch is if you cannot wind it in the direction you planned to wind it. The following directions are given. I think it's a good buy. Three of these can be purchased for the price of one.
These idiotic tip-ups have no use if the wind blows since the flags don't stay raised.
It would be a waste of money to buy these tip ups. The quality is poor. The reel was installed on the wrong side of the reel in some. Others had splits in the wood where the tacks were installed. The flag was not anchored. I would not recommend wasting your money on such junk.
The product was of good quality and arrived promptly. I am satisfied with my.
The main thing I had to do was take them apart and modify them so they worked better for me. The wind also has a tendency to trip them pretty easily. Depending on whether you have a snowmobile or good stamina, they are definitely worth the eight dollars.