Friday, January 18, 2013

Ice Fishing Pole Giveaway!!!

JawJacker ice fishing tip up
My JawJacker set up with an Ugly Stick pole
As some of you may have read in one of my earlier posts, I am a pretty big fan/believer in the JawJacker ice fishing tool!  I have caught a lot more fish than I ever thought possible since I've started using them!  I have used them now for about a year, and would never go ice fishing without them.  I have used them mostly to catch trout, seems how this is the type of fish that is primarily in the area I live, but I have also used them to catch kokanee salmon and perch.  I like how versatile the JawJacker is and how it allows me to successfully fish for these different species.  Because kokanee, perch, and trout all bite differently, I am able to use different actions of poles; lighter action for the perch and kokanee, while using heavier action poles for the trout.  I am also able to use various lengths of poles, which I enjoy because I am not tied down to using one specific pole for my JawJacker.  The other adjustment I can make is  the trigger sensitivity for the different types of fish I'm going after, and anyone who has been ice-fishing knows that some days the fish bite harder and other days they barely bump the bait. Those are all the different ways I can adjust and adapt the JawJacker to up my chances of catching fish while on the ice.

JawJacker set up with my South Bend pole. The brook trout I caught with this set up!
In Idaho I am allowed 5 poles while ice-fishing so I typically use as many JawJackers as I have while sitting close to the poles I'm jigging.  One of the only issues I have run into when I began using the JawJackers was not having enough poles!  This was especially true when I would take some of my friends or family fishing with me.  To ensure that this isn't the problem holding some of you back from trying out the JawJacker yourself, Matt (the designer of the JawJacker) has decided to sponsor a giveaway on my blog to win two 30" medium action, South Bend ice fishing poles!!!

South Bend "Blizzard" 30" Medium Action Ice Fishing Pole
South Bend "Blizzard" 30" Medium Action Ice Fishing Pole


Here is the info for the giveaway:
Follow the instructions on the RaffleCopter icon below to be entered to win 2 South Bend, Blizzard 30" Medium action ice fishing poles!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway was sponsored by JawJacker Ice Fishing Supplies.  The ice fishing poles for this giveaway are not made by or associated with JawJacker Ice Fishing Supplies, but have been selected as the items for this giveaway. 









17 comments:

  1. Very cool! I would love to try one out sometime! Every time I have gone ice fishing it has been a blast.

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    1. Please let me know your name so I can make sure to get you the prize if you are selected.

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    1. I don't know, maybe there should be a rule that you can't win two prizes off my blog in a row! j/k

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    2. Hahaha Kevin! It's worth a try! ;)

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  4. Awesome give away, thanks. This would make me get out there and try some ice fishing for sure.

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    1. It's addicting! I hope you get to give it a shot.

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  5. Kevin, we need to come ice fishing with you again some time. Probably not this year since Kristen is due this coming Friday with our baby, but we'll have to go again.

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    1. Ha yeah we do, keep me posted on the baby news! Congrats

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  6. Sweet setup! Looks like it would work great on these MI Walleye, Muskie, and Pike!!

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    1. I'm sure it would, I've always wanted to catch a Muskie or Pike

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  7. Destry would love this! Then we could all go on a double date fishing!

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  8. this would be awesome to use here in Michigan.

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  9. Ooh this would be so fun to try out on Bear Lake!!

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  10. We'd love this for Hebgen or Henry's next year.

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