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Strikemaster Auger Storage Stand

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I was wondering what you guys think of the Strikemaster Power Auger Storage Stand?? Are they stable?

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in my opinion they are just another way to take your money. you can devise a way to store your auger and save the cash for fun things. just my $.02

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I hang mine on 1 of those yellow rubber coated hooks you screw into the wall. It is easy to take down and fire up twice a month during the summer and then when winter come I dump the old gas and add some fresh gas and I am ready for drilling holes. Those hooks are about a buck a piece.

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I found a wall mount hook at FF. All I had to do was spread the holders a little wider and it works great. Was only around $6.

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Like fishing tech I use those rubber coated hooks. I screwed mine into a rafter in the basement.

Thought about a glass case in the living room wit the the fishing gear displayed also grinbut then I'd be thinking hard water in the summer. If I did that then the boat would have to be in there in the winter. I guess I could set the TV up higher.

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Thought about a glass case in the living room wit the the fishing gear displayed also grin

Mine is in the dining room (glass case, not the auger). Brings back good memories when I fire up the deep fryer for a little fish fry. Aqua-Vu, Vexilar, tackle, fun stuff to look at all summer. I may change it up a bit this year though.

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I just purchased one of those DS-100 stands from Strikemaster. It seems to be pretty sturdy and will do the job. What I didn't like about it is the legs are metal and came in the box with some rust on them. That's pretty bad in my opinion that a guy gets something brand new and it's already rusting out. I still need to contact them on that matter. I used to use the rubberized hook deal like everyone else is talking about, but I like having my auger in the stand better.

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Another vote for rubber coated hooks. Had a few of them lying around the garage so didn't cost nothing. I have an old auger cover that tore so I hang that over the auger for the summer.

Matt

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I use a couple of wall hanger on the back wall of the garage. cheap and easy.

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