Eskimo’s hand-held Stingray ice auger is an excellent combination of quality, reliability, and affordability. It’s easy to start, even on the coldest winter days, and the 33cc Viper engine delivers plenty of power to meet your needs. It features fingertip throttle controls to give you precise control over the drilling power, and the dual stainless steel blades and centering point make for quick work of the ice.
Many hand augers tighten as you use them, which makes them nearly impossible to disassemble after use. Not so with this Eskimo 8” hand auger. It utilizes Eskimo’s cross-bolt takedown system that uses a knob to easily take down your auger, no matter how hard it worked during use. It also features a three-position handle that allows you to choose the most comfortable operating height, and its pommel handle design allows you to get a comfortable grip for easier operation.
The Eskimo QuickFish 3 ice fishing shelter offers enough room for 3 people along with 34 square feet of fishable area on the ground. It sets up in just 60 seconds, so you can spend your time fishing and not setting up your rig. It features removable windows, mesh storage pockets for your gear, and two doors for easier entry and exit. It comes with a backpack that fits the entire shelter, so transporting it in and out of the lake is as easy as can be!
Most propane-powered augers use gasoline engines that were simply modified to run on propane, which usually results in an engine that is either powerful enough for what you need but also so heavy that it’s a pain to get to the lake, or lightweight enough to bring to the lake but too gutless to handle much ice. Not so with this Eskimo high compression propane auger.The engineers at Eskimo built its 40cc engine from the ground up to specifically run on propane, and the result is an engine that’s lightweight and powerful. It utilizes the higher octane rating of propane to operate a higher compression ratio, which results in more power being generated from less space.
This ION 8-inch electric auger is the perfect solution to your wintertime fishing needs. It gives you all the benefits of power augers without the added hassle and weight of a gas-powered engine. It uses a 40-volt lithium ion battery that stores enough energy to cut 40 holes through two feet of ice on a single charge. It’s only 22 pounds, making it easy to transport, and it features a straight through blade design that eliminates catching at breakthrough.
This Eskimo QuickFish 6 portable fishing shelter will allow your whole group to fish in comfort. It can comfortably hold up to six people, and you have some control over the ventilation with six detachable hook and loop windows.It’s durably constructed, with 300-denier fabric along with sturdy hubs, poles, zippers, and the like, meaning it should last you for many fishing seasons. It fits into the included oversized backpack, so storage and transportation are a breeze!
Spend less time drilling and more time fishing with the Eskimo Shark 51.7cc ice auger. The two-cycle Viper engine is as strong as you need it to be, and it’s packed with features to make drilling your fishing hole easier, such as easy cold-weather starting, an extra-large recoil handle for easy operation while wearing gloves or mittens, and a centering ring to prevent accidentally drilling angled holes.
These stainless steel replacement blades are a perfect fit for Eskimo Quantum ice augers. They come with all of the necessary mounting hardware, so installation is a breeze. They deliver fast, smooth cuts, and they’re designed to retain their sharpness even if you’re using them on dirty ice.
Keep your auger running at peak efficiency with these Eskimo replacement blades. Installation is quick and easy as they come with all of the necessary mounting hardware, and they’re precision machined to make your drilling jobs quick and easy. The blades are serrated, and they're designed to maintain their sharpness even if the ice you’re using them in is dirty.
Secure your fishing shelter no matter the conditions with Eskimo’s self-tapping ice anchors. They’re easy to grip, and they’re strong enough to avoid bending under pressure so that your shelter stays secure.