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HT Enterprises Ice Rigger

Item No.: 106907

This item is out of stock for the season. Please check back in October.


This item is out of stock for the season. Please check back in October.

Product Details

The HT Enterprises Ice Rigger works with your favorite ice rod and reel combo. The Ice Rigger acts like a traditional tip-up or trap with a flag that signals a bite. After dropping your bait or jig down the hole, the rod can be placed in the tube and your line clipped in the release. When a fish bites, the flag is tripped, alerting you to the bite. The rod is then removed from the holding tube, and the fish can be brought in like usual.

  • Hardwood construction
  • Adjustable trip tension
  • Hi-Vis orange flag
  • Qty. per Pack: 1

Please note: The rod and reel combo in the image is for display purposes only and is not included.


Ratings & Reviews

3 Reviews

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Jumbo Perch!


I only used the ice rigger once, the fish were not biting but did manage to catch a jumbo perch (12) inches on it. It worked as advertised. My fishing buddy liked it so much that after I gave him the ordering info, he ordered two!

Lots of fun


I never had so much fun ice fishing before I bought these. You start catching BIG FISH with your ice rod right away. My first trip out I caught a 9 lb largemouth and the biggest crappie I ever saw. They are difficult to use if the conditions are really bad and the ice is building but if the ice is melting they are great for ice out time. They usually need a little tweaking to work right. I had to change the rod holder location on one because the flag kept hitting the rod. You have to use an anchor to keep them in place that is what the eye on the back is for or they could fall in the hole rod and all. They seem to work better because the bait can swim more freely with braided line on your rod then they can swim when attached to tipup line. Plus you can use lighter split shots to get them to go down and that is why they catch more fish than tipups because the bait can swim around instead of just hanging out in one spot. PEACE

didnt look well


they don't secure very well to ice depending on conditions