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Auger Extension Question

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I am heading up to Upper Red LAke in a coupleof weeks and figured I need to buy an extension for my Jiffy Auger. Can someone direct me....do I need to buy a Jiffy brand extension, or can I use any (strikemaster, eskimo, nills, etc.) And question two is, do they come in different lengths, and if so, what is the recommended length I should get. Thanks for any help with this "must-buy" decision.

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You need a Jiffy brand extension. I know Strikemaster won't work, not sure about the others but I don't think the will either.

My Jiffy extension is about 12", I'd hate to think about needing a longer one that that.

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Appreciate the info...that is what I thought. Will head up to a Big Box this weekend and pick one up.

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