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HT Enterprises Polar Therm Extreme Tip-Up

Item No.: 101190

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

HT Enterprises Polar Therm Extreme Tip-Up is an "underwater" tip-up designed with features that put it in a class by itself. Its patented trip mechanism is freeze-proof so you'll never have to worry about below-zero temperatures affecting your success again. Its convenient design allows the entire tip-up to fit in a five gallon pail. The Polar Therm Extreme's design promotes a tangle-free feature with the foam hook holder at the bottom of the spool. The thermal action keeps your ice hole free of ice by trapping the thermal action of the open water. This natural phenomena keeps the ice hole open in sub zero temps!

You can set the "adjustable tension" light for panfish, medium for walleye, and heavy in deep water for lake trout and northerns. The Polar Therm Extreme is ruggedly built out of space age plastic to take punishment while it stays lightweight and warm to the touch. For your convenience, the Polar Therm Extreme has a built-in tackle box for easy set-up at the hole location. Operation of HT Enterprises Polar Therm Extreme Tip-Up could not be easier. Simply pull the center mechanism into a perpendicular position, set line at your selected depth, place the flag trip wire under the trip bar, and place the tip-up over the hole with the spool under the water.

  • Freeze proof
  • Convenient
  • Tangle proof
  • Thermal action
  • Adjustable tension trip
  • Rugged design
  • Built-in tackle box with lid
  • Easy operation
  • Qty. per Pack: 1


Ratings & Reviews

4 Reviews

Good with the bad


good product but the telescoping flag will break easily.

The perfect tip up!


The poler extreme tip up is a very dependable tip up. It keeps your hole clear of ice and snow. The extendable flag is esay to see from a distance and the spool is very smooth. It also has a storage box on the tip up to keep extra leaders and hooks.

not bad


Broke the flag after 5 uses. Ordered a new flag. By the pic maybe this one will accept a night light without bending the flag post. Little tackle storage box is nice. I won't by anymore - staying with my Beaver Dams

best traps Ive used


These are by far the best traps I've ever used. Their best feature is the fact that they're stackable 5 deep in a six gallon bucket and they always remain untangled while stored . They don't freeze easily or quickly; I've never had any difficulty removing them from the ice even when the temperature plummets below 0°.They allow you to see how a fish is running from above the ice at a decent distance by watching the T at the top of the trap.They're very rugged, a friend of mine has a few too, I watched his get run over by a snowmobile and with the exception of the telescopic flag being bent and cracked the rest of the trap was completely undamaged! I've been using these for 6 or 7 years and they're no worse for wear. I've caught countless Crappie and Perch, plenty of Pickerel,Pike,Walleye,Bass, and the occasional Laker. They've worked well for every species of fish I have chased. I can say without a doubt that if I lost these, I would definitely replace them with 5 more of the same. I can't say enough good things about them, I truly think they're the best traps available, but there are a couple of negatives: If you're fishing in a snowstorm they will quickly get covered up with snow. if you get several inches of snow they will become difficult to find, and may get run over by a snowmobile . They don't dry out while stored in their bucket. They really need to be removed from the bucket to dry thoroughly. If you take them out on Saturday evening and try to set them back up Sunday morning after they've been sitting in their bucket, in your truck all night,you'll find the spools to be a sold frozen chunk of pain in the ass. I almost always take them inside after fishing so this has only been an issue for me once. One last thing, I have 3 of these orange ones which have a 200' spool capacity and 2 of the same yellow ones which have a 500' spool capacity. I've personally never had a problem with a fish spooling the reel and taking all 200' of line,however as hard as I have tried; I've yet to catch a really large, deep water Lake Trout. If I do, I hope it's with the yellow one.