2020 Eskimo Ice Fishing Catalog Recommended Products
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Dec 2020 - All Outdoors Update Interview Clip
InForum Article January 2020
Lawrence Luoma, a top tournament angler and member of the US National team, was interviewed for this article for InForum.com with a discussion about schooley rods and reels, his go-to jigs, tightlining, customizing rods and Ice Strong Titanium Spring Bobbers. Check it out here!
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Ice Strong Bobber link to Gwizdz's Gadgets - Jan 2018
"Spring bobbers are the simplest of ice fishing accessories but for panfish anglers, among the most important. They simple wire extensions of your rod that betrays even the lightest bite — a necessity when the fish aren't jumping on it.
Michigan charter boat skipper/fishing guide Matt Strong hit a home run when he introduced his titanium Ice Strong spring bobbers last year and the response has been so good that he added an ultralight version to the line this year. His .014 inch wire spring bobbers are lighter than the standard versions (.016) but test out at about 40 pounds and are guaranteed to perform at up to -25 degrees.
You can find cheaper spring bobbers on the market, but, as always, you get what you pay for. — Bob Gwizdz"
2017 ODU Magazine
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Ice Strong Bobbers Link to the Entire Magazine Nov-Dec 2017
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2016 Ludington Daily News
Ice Strong Bobber link to Gwizdz's Gadgets - Feb 2016
"Sometimes, the littlest things make a big difference. And when it comes to ice fishing for panfish, a very little thing — a spring bobber — can mean the difference between struggling and thriving.
Spring bobbers are lightweight — often a single strand of wire — accessories that extend the rod beyond the tip. They're light enough that if a fish as much as breathes on it, it'll move. When the fish are barely biting, a spring bobber will tell.
If you wait to feel the bite, you're lost.
A new spring bobber on the market — by Ice Strong out of Ludington — is made of a single strand of .016th—inch titanium wire with a large-enough, brightly colored bead at the loop that even those among us with the tiredest eyes can see it. Designed to be fished with tiny baits, the Ice Strong bobbers won't kink.
Best yet, Ice Strong is a Michigan company. For info, visit www.fishicestrong.com. — Bob Gwizdz"
2016 Kalamazoo Gazette