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120 2nd Ave SW Suite 5
Roseau, MN 56751
Mark Innes said: February 18th, 2014 12:02 pm
Ice Copter, Best Tool Ever! Over the last 40 years I've been ice fishing I've been screwed over by dumb products to clean holes in a permanent fish house too many times to count. I've had small ice scoops, big scoops, deep scoops, shallow scoops, scoops that collapse, hockey stick scoops and even a stupid Ice Plunger thing that looks like a big toilet plunger. That thing broke taking it out of a cold truck and my $40 never even flushed a single hole! I just bought a Slush Copter. From a previous post you know I had some problems contacting them but they were on vacation in Las Vegas for a week. When they returned they called me and got one on UPS that day. I got it in 2 days. If you have a permanent house, you absolutely need one of these things. In a 8X16 plus a V house having a cordless drill is nice anyway so it's no big deal for the copter. This thing flushes the holes like a toilet flush, I didn't even have to skim them. Each hole takes a full 5 gal pail of slush to get rid of so this thing is a tremendous time saver and back saver. I have no affiliation with these guys and paid for it so this is not an advertisement. I'm just so happy I found something that works I wanted to share it. When the rental house guys said they use them and like them it was a no brainer. Get One!
Scott Albrecht said: March 10th, 2013 8:23 pm
Who likes slush in their shelter....not I!! Great innovative product here soon to be picked up by all the major retailers. Can't wait to get it in more hands here in Ohio!
Scott Albrecht said: March 4th, 2013 1:47 pm
This is a very innovative product and I hope it sells well in Ohio! We have plenty of guys who could use it!
Outdoors with Jonny P said: February 10th, 2013 2:40 pm
Ya this thing works and works well! Roughly 10-
Colin Fritz said: February 10th, 2013 5:40 am
I tried out my new Slush Copter yesterday, Feb 9/13. The conditions were, 10" hole by 40" thick ice, my 1/2" cordless drill is a Bosch 18 volt litium (fully charged the night before), there were six holes in total. These holes are located on the outside of my shack and have bump outs that cover the holes. I am able to shovel away most of the ice chips before I break thru into the water. I will say the copter worked Good, but you cannot expect to push all those ice chips down the hole, you must shovel away the good majority of them. Thank You Mike, Monica, Jay and Blaine for helping get the Copter up here.