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Posted: June 07, 2019Categories: Summer Gear
The Sun is Our Friend(And Our Enemy)
Living in Minnesota brings a ton of summer days. Ok not really. We get a short repreave from the cold to suck up some Vitamin D and a few warm rays before it's back to layering season. But one thing to remember when baring your skin for our 4 short months is to make sure we get protection from harmful UV rays. Like all things in life moderation is the key. Thankfully we have a full gamut of UPF rated clothing available to us now that are rated as high as 100 UPF(Ultraviolet Protection Factor). These clothes are designed to keep you cool, dry, and covered while you're enjoying the outdoors.
How UPF Clothes are Rated
UPF is the rating system used for apparel. It’s similar to SPF (Sun Protection Factor), the rating system used for sunscreen products. SPF pertains only to a sunscreen's effectiveness against UVB rays, considered to be the more damaging t
StrikeMaster is working hard to ensure that ice anglers have the very best gear they need for their ice adventures.
Whether you’re in search of a serious ice suit or simply upgrading for comfort and safety, their suits stand above the fluff in the market
today. Wear the hottest brand on the ice. Just ask the pros: James Holst (IDO), Tony Roach and Brad Hawthorne.
Strikemaster is entering the drill unit space in a big way!
Coming for the 2019-2020 ice season! The lightweight Lite-Flite Lazer Drill Unit is designed to be used with any professional quality 18v or higher brushless electric drill or any strikemaster power head including the 40V! Full length segmented flight is resin molded for durablility and weight in mind. The heavy duty steel hex shaft and reinforced "T" connection give the unit added strength. One thing that will seperate this from the other shaver unit is the Power Point that helps prevent the lightweight auger from walking when starting your hole. It also includes the New Strikemaster NDA-3 Adapter that allow you to connect any Strikemaster power head and use either Strikemaster's hand auger or power auger extensions. The real
“Never leave fish to find fish!” I remember clearly my grandpa telling me this every time we started catching fish and then the bite slowed down. It could have been trout, walleye, pike or perch it didn’t matter. It wasn’t until we hadn’t had a bite for at least an hour before we could search out another spot. I’ve heard that same phrase uttered over and over again, and now it just causes me to grin. The reason for that is that it’s great advice if your goal is simply to catch fish. It makes sense. But what if your goal is a little different? Let me challenge your thinking a little bit and see if you agree.
I like catching perch as much as the next guy. They are super fun, the action can be red hot and, of course, they are delicious! It’s great to take kids out and have them tangle with dinks all day, that’s one of the reasons I came to love this sport so much. But how many jumbos do you catch? What if you could head out and consistently catc
There have never been so many options to simply put a hole in the ice. Gas augers, electric augers, propane augers, hand augers, even augers that attach to your cordless drill. Every style, type, and brand of auger has its Pros and Cons. Depending on your ice auger to do the job you need when you need it is critical for your hardwater success. We'll try and help narrow down your choice with our experiences with each auger class and model.
Let’s get this first thing out of the way.