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crv423

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I've been using jaw jackers for a couple years now, and I don't walk out without them. Recently I left my old school tip ups at home and only used the jackers, they are lighter and take up less room in my sled. I've caught crappie, wipers, saugeye, and cats in the last couple outings on them, while Dave sat on his bucket day dreaming of dancing in a field of flowers in his yellow suit wondering why he wasn't catching fish and I had a pile on the ice. All kidding aside if you don't own one your not going to catch as many fish as the guy using them next to you. These are a great product and I can honestly say they double my catch every time I use them.
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I agree, very good product! I still have some for sale for anyone who wants one!
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I just wanted to give some feed back on this product. I have been using it for a couple years now and I can say its an added bonus for my ice arsenal. Its compact,reliable,and effective! With the automatic hook setting it gives you the advantage, I would highly recommend grabbing a couple of these for your bucket!
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