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Stillcanmake8guy

Keeping holes open in permanent house

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Do any of you have any ideas to keep your holes from freezing shut in the permanent house, after a few days away? I have nothing but trouble trying to auger them open after a couple days of freezing. Any ideas?

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get a chisle that's what i use Gander mt has them fot $20 makes it a lot easyer then trying to redrill the holes I don't know how many times i have had temper tantrems trying to reopen holes it flat out suck's!

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THERE ARE A COUPLE PRODUCTS THAT IVE SEEN ON THE MARKET. ONE IS A BLOW UP TUBE YOU PUSH DOWN THE HOLE AND HOLD IT DOWN WITH A BOARD UNDER THE FLOOR. JUST LET A LITTLE AIR OUT OF THE TUBE AND IT RELEASES. REMOVE THE BOARD AND IT POPS RIGHT OUT. THE OTHER IS A METAL TUBE THAT PUSHES DOWN THE HOLE HELD DOWN THE SAME WAY. TO RELEASE IT JUST PUT A PIECE OF NEWSPAPER IN THATS ON FIRE AND IT WARMS THE SIDES AND POPS OUT. MAYBE GIVE IT A TRY WITH A LARGE COFFEE CAN OR SOMTHING A LITTLE DEEPER.

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