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LEECH21

Best place to buy an Auger in Area?

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LEECH21

I'm looking at buying a 8" Jiffy or Strikemaster. Just wondering where around Willmar is the best place to buy one (selection and cheapest pricing)? Or do you think it is worth the drive to head up to St. Cloud and search around Fleet Farm, Gander Mtn, etc? Just looking for a little advise. Thanks LEECH

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Duck-o-holic

Hey Leech,

I'm not sure J's sells new augers, but I think I've seen some used ones there last year for sale. Might be worth checking into.

IF buying new, I would DEFINITELY head to St. Cloud, as I think you will save money. There, you can price Mill's, Scheel's, Sportsman's, and Gander. My guess is that Gander will have the others beat, but I do find some great deals at Scheel's. If you haven't used or owned a Strikemaster, I would recommend one! Jiffy's are great, but Strikemaster's have come a LONG way in the past 5 years. I have a lazermag and LOVE it (got a good deal on it at Gander).

Good luck!!

Duck-o-holic

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LEECH21

I was kinda leading more towards a strikemaster because of the weight factor. I had a model 30 10" Jiffy and the thing was a horse. I plan on doing most of my fishing solo so weight is the biggest factor. Brad at 71 Bait said I can't go wrong with the LazerMag either. I'm just not sure if I want to go with the LM-8(8") or the LM-7(7"). Any suggestions?

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J'sBait&Sport

I go with LM8 or LM10 if available.

J.

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