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Digger Ice Angel | Ice House Anchor

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  • Digger Ice Angel | Ice House Anchor
  • Ice Angel - Ice Fishing Anchor for your shack or ice house
$17.95 - $52.00
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Description

The Digger Ice Angel from Weeders Digest is a totally unique self-adjusting tool designed to fit any ice fishing hole up to 10 inches. This portable fish house anchor is light weight but strong enough to hold an ice shack, pop up tent or shanty.  

Simply drill a partially drilled hole (keeping it dry). Drop the Ice Angel into the hole and create tension on your rope, cord, bungy or line. The ridged wings with grab the sides of the hole tightly and not let go until slack is given.

It is designed to be used in ice holes ranging from 6" to 10" and anything in between.

The purpose is to allow any ice shack or structure the security in the wind.

The Ice Angel anchor is very easy to use and remove.  Far faster and easier than screw in ice tent pegs by far, and more secure - and we guarantee it!

ORDER NOW! Simply order on line or call us at 877-224-4899

The ice angel will ship same of next business day and arrive in 1-3 business days after your purchase. 

The Ice Angel is designed to hold a portable ice house, ice shack, ice shanty in place despite the elements of wind. Other devices are known as a ice cleat, ice wedge, cork screw or ice stake. However, we guarantee that the Ice Angel will out perform all other options - or your money back! 

Thanks for checking out the Ice Angel.

 

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Kick Butt Ice Angel

    Posted by David Peil on 19th Jan 2016

    Took the ice angels to Lake Winnie in Northern Minnesota, 2nd day we had 20 to 30 mph winds, ice angels didn't move one bit, well worth the money

  • 5
    Work as advertised!

    Posted by Steve on 15th Feb 2015

    Held my hub style shanty in 30mph winds - no issues and popped right out when ready to go!

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