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HT Enterprises Windlass Tip-Up

Item#: 100403

9 reviews

The HT Enterprises Windlass Tip-Up is a unique jigging tip-up. A slight action of the breeze causes the Windlass to jig the line. This tip-up is made of solid, … Learn More

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$29.99

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The HT Enterprises Windlass Tip-Up is a unique jigging tip-up. A slight action of the breeze causes the Windlass to jig the line. This tip-up is made of solid, high impact A.B.S. plastic that is stronger than wood and features a v-shaped frame to help prevent the tip-up from sticking to the ice.


  • Base Length: 13 in.
  • Spool Capacity: 200 ft.
  • High impact A.B.S. plastic construction
  • "Ends" on frame for quick line pick-up
  • Unique spring adjustment bracket for different weighted lures
  • New drag feature on spool for different tension settings
  • V-shaped frame prevents tip-up from sticking to ice
  • Plastic coated, extra high blaze orange flag for durability and visibility
  • Base can be used for a line wrapping board
  • Steel wind fan is coated to prevent rusting

Reviews

  • 4

    dkf

    Posted by dkf on June 12, 2019

    I have two of these HT Windlass Tipups. The first thing I did was replace all the nuts and bolts with stainless nuts and bolts. The nuts and bolts that come with are very poor quality. The spools can … Read More

    I have two of these HT Windlass Tipups. The first thing I did was replace all the nuts and bolts with stainless nuts and bolts. The nuts and bolts that come with are very poor quality. The spools can be fragile as I broke one already. When setup properly the tipup works great and does impart a jigging motion on the lure/bait. I used the thin 20-30lb. vinyl coated tipup line on mine. The vinyl line has a bit of memory (coils) but still works well and trips smooth. With some experience you can set these tipups to work well even though wind gusts will flip them back from time to time.

  • 4

    great but it needs some fine tuning

    Posted by PAUL on June 12, 2019

    THE BEST TIP UP I,VE USED.. BUT.. THE THUMB SCREWS TO ADJUST IT ARE VERY CHEAP. I HAD TO USE PLIERS TO ADJUST THEM.. A REAL PAIN WHEN YOUR HANDS ARE COLD... WENT TO THE HARDWARE STORE AND GOT GOOD ONE… Read More

    THE BEST TIP UP I,VE USED.. BUT.. THE THUMB SCREWS TO ADJUST IT ARE VERY CHEAP. I HAD TO USE PLIERS TO ADJUST THEM.. A REAL PAIN WHEN YOUR HANDS ARE COLD... WENT TO THE HARDWARE STORE AND GOT GOOD ONES.. STILL WORTH IT

  • 4

    the best tip up youll ever get

    Posted by walleye guru on June 12, 2019

    this is the best thing you can own on the market today im 27 and have used these tip ups for every year i have been fishing over twenty years and have never set a tip up out other than a windlass unle… Read More

    this is the best thing you can own on the market today im 27 and have used these tip ups for every year i have been fishing over twenty years and have never set a tip up out other than a windlass unless fishing northern pike (line will backlash when took out fast) i cant tell you enouf about them there perfect for the guy who wants to jig and drink as i call it a good day of fishing a must have for any ice fisherman

  • 2

    winlass

    Posted by rogue on June 12, 2019

    The idea the the Winlass tip up is great, and I have seen some modles out on the ice that were great, but not the these. Very poor plastic construction. I spent more time fooling with these then I did… Read More

    The idea the the Winlass tip up is great, and I have seen some modles out on the ice that were great, but not the these. Very poor plastic construction. I spent more time fooling with these then I did fishing with them.

  • 3

    I should have listened to the reviews

    Posted by Pauly the pike assas on June 12, 2019

    I think with some fine tuning you can get it working good.Haven't caught fish on it yet.You need to use it close to camp and or above freezing conditions, always chipping away the skim ice.

    I think with some fine tuning you can get it working good.Haven't caught fish on it yet.You need to use it close to camp and or above freezing conditions, always chipping away the skim ice.