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gander hole covers

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anyone use these things..they are made of black foam with a little hole in the middle for a tip up or deadstick. i want to put them over some holes a few yards away from our sunset spot in an area i will be fishing later at nite, i wanna see if they will keep them from freezin over...dont want to drill holes after dark on this particular spot for fear of spooking em. just curious if anyone has used these things and if they work all right....i will get back after the weekend and tell you all if they are worth a (Contact Us Please) or not blush.gif not sure how well they will work with this weekends weather. thanks

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I don't know if they are the same, but I just used some of the foam hole covers that have a slit in them for tipups last night on Mille Lacs. 8 below zero overnight, and only 1/4" of ice on the hole in the morning. Very happy with that - was just too lazy to take them out last night, and thought for sure they would be locked in tight...

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those are the same ones i am talking about...thanks for the good news iceboy....i really want these things to work and it sounds as if they work well.

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Yes, I used the same GM type when it was very cold and windy. They don't keep all the ice and snow out, but they do help. Very much worth it.

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