Jiffy Mille Lacs Ice Chisel
The Jiffy Mille Lacs Ice Chisel was inspired by a handmade ice chisel used years ago on the legendary Lake Mille Lacs in Minnesota. This chisel uses the same technology as all Jiffy ice blades and enables the user to do things no spud bar can match. The Mille Lacs Ice Chisel features a unique step chisel design that can rapidly chisel a hole, even through three feet of ice! These chisels are great for flaring out the bottom of a drilled hole to make it easier to land the larger fish species. The Jiffy Mille Lacs Ice Chisel features a one-piece steel design that measures 52 inches long, including a protective cover.
The Jiffy Mille Lacs Ice Chisel is made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
by rswope2004 -
This is a solid spud bar. Definitely does its job. As stated wish it came with a lanyard.
by Baitbucket -
I bought this spud for checking the ice as I walk and opening old holes. I wanted something shorter and lightweight that would still cut through the ice. This spud is all 3. I would have liked to see it come with some type of lanyard and rubberized handle wrap for grip/vibration like you see on a lot of the other spuds in this price range. Weighs 4 pounds.
Jiffy Mille Lacs Ice Chisel 52 inch
by Duck or Bleed -
It is to light not long enough and because it has no lanyard the second time i used it it slipped out of my hand and to the bottom of the lake would not recommend it for thick ice or tall people
Cuts good need longer handle
by captain -
Cuts good but a slightly longer handle would help your back when cutting holes on open ice
Easily best chisel on the market.
by Gatorsnagger -
The design of this chisel is such that you can take massive slabs of ice with each strike. The design also throws the ice away from the hole. I can go through about 3" of in 15 strikes. Used this chisel to get a 48" Muskie through a 6" hole I had augered for Crappie. It is a must have for anyone fishing pannies that could potentially hook something larger and would need to widen the hole. 4 stars because it is not quite as rugged as the one I purchased 4 years ago but the split pipe and welding should hold up fairly well.