Jawjacker hook setter tip up
This will bring the whole setup closer to the ice, and more stable when it goes off. I used it everytime I'm on the ice. I will stick with the tip-ups. Posted by.
I have seen the line tripped 2 times and been robbed of far more bait. Set up of proper jig and bait combination crucial but very effective!
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Simply press the PVC together firmly. I like the strength and durability of the fiberglass myself. It also allows you the freedom to adjust the angle of the rod holder. I purchased the Jawjacker with the intent that my young children could pick up the rod then reel the fish in better than trying to pull in a tip-up line. I will stick with the tip-ups. Thanks for having a look, and let me know how it works out for you if you make one! If you set it off a couple times to check how well it works, make sure to look at your line to make sure the deodorant plastic line catch does not have burrs that are scraping it.
It also allows you the freedom to adjust the angle of the rod holder. Also, other materials could be used for the support stakes, such as wooden dowels.
Well worth the money. If you don't want to mess with the clip, or worry about the extra elevation, you can cut the rod holder shorter, and only drill the top hole in the PVC.
Jaw jacker rods
They are often less than a dollar at the hardware store. If you find finish the project, and find that your rod holder holes are at a different angle than your trigger system, or you need additional rod holder holes to match a larger rod, you can simply cut the PVC in the middle, and place a simple PVC coupler in the middle. Was worried that they would not be sensitive enough and got fish on both of the different set-ups with different rod actions. Set up of proper jig and bait combination crucial but very effective! I will stick with the tip-ups. I gave the Jawjacker 2 stars instead of 1 because the fish that I generally catch are light biters. I have tried several different rods on several different settings with tension, angle, length and drag. I used it everytime I'm on the ice. Many could be substituted, but this is what I had access to.
If you find that your setup falls over when going off, you can re-drill the support post holes at less of an angle. I have had the Jawjacker within 10 feet of a tip-up and caught walleye, perch and pike but nothing on the Jawjacker.
Simply press the PVC together firmly. Will definitely order another one! I'm sure there are better ideas, so please feel free to share any in the comments.
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