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BigVLover

Power Auger

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I'm in the market for a new auger and looking for feedback on your favorite auger.

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This subject has been discussed many times in the regular ice fishing forum and the Equipment-Expert Information forum.

There are always many pros and cons brought up, no matter which brand is recomended.

I very highly recomend the Nils Master Power Auger.

True it is a little higher priced then the others and also a little more of a hassle to get blades replaced or sharpened but to me it is well worth the price and small extra hassle.

The Nils is VERY light, and cuts ice like crazy! No down pressure at all is required!

The Nils is also sold on this site!

Cliff

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Thanks Cliff for your input. I went to the equipment forum and got some good info. I got a great deal at Gander on a Strikemaster Mag 2000. Can't wait to use it.

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The Strikrmaster is a good auger! You should get many years of use out of it!

Cliff

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