Productive Alternatives® Dipper
- Big Dipper – 7"-wide ice-scooping cup. 30" measuring-stick handle
- Lil' Dipper – 6"-wide ice-scooping cup. 20" measuring-stick handle
Welcome to Productive Alternatives in Parkers Prairie! This program has been here for approximately 33 years A lot of what we do is community jobs We have 16 community job sites;. We have people going out every day For families. That have kids with special needs. Ihave to tell you about my daughter in. This program here It gives her self-worth! She is so proud of what she does! We wash tables here other fun stuff She takes pride in her work She is at. One with the community; she's greeted. Wherever she goes It is lots of fun to work here! We also have a non-vocational part of the program. Where people come and do one-on-one exercises like sensory. Or maybe reading to them walking We also do other activities like crafts holiday parties Another social aspect is every afternoon. We get together and play cards We have team meetings including the guardian the family the social worker people from Productive Alternatives the person themselves. We talk about a plan. That friendships are developed here People come here to work but also for the social aspect. One of the things that's very important To. Me it's been a safe place at Productive Alternatives The staff are exceptional. Iwould recommend this program to. That would like a nice caring fair working environment for their loved. One instead of sitting at home. All day long and not doing anything
Clam Outdoors™ Light Sticks
- Small – 7/8" diameter.
- Large – 1-1/4" diameter.
Cabela's Ice Rod Combo Case
39.4"L x 4"W x 8"H.
Cabala's deluxe ice rod bags transports. And stores all your ice fishing tackle exterior pocket offers additional storage heavy-duty polyethylene shell oversized zipper pulls adjustable shoulder strap available in three sizes a four rod bag eight rod bags. And a 12 run bag Cabala's deluxe ice rod bags only at Cabala's.
Shappell® Jet Sled Travel Cover
• Jet Jr. & Kodiak Jr.
• Sled 1 & Kodiak 1
• Sled XL & Kodiak XL
• Jet Sled Magnum
• Mini Mag
Clam Outdoors™ IceArmor™ Jig Box
Clam Outdoors™ Center Console
Dimensions: 25-1/2"L x 9"W x 3"H.
Cabela's Deluxe Eight-Rod Ice-Rod Bag
35"L x 9"W x 8"H.
Clam Outdoors™ Four-Position Rod Holder
16-1/2"L x 5"H x 2-3/4"D.
Wt: 1-1/2 lbs.
Clam Outdoors™ Large Deluxe Spoon Box
14"L x 9"W x 3"H.
Rapala® Mega Scoop
Catch Cover 9" Hole Sleeve
Hole dia: 11.5".
Overakk dia: 13.75".
Pulse leaves quickly pay for themselves by blocking out the air drafts. That come up inside your fish house. You don't bank up your house. We make two different sizes. We make a nine inch in an 18 inch the nine inch is the. Most popular and is designed for wheelhouses the 18 inch is made for camper conversions. And utility trailers. That guys are turning into fish houses the nine-inch sleeve features. One inch trim lines. That allow you to trim the sleeve to get the perfect height for your house it's available in three colors black white. And moon glow the 18-inch sleeve comes in black. And white all of our whole sleeves are made in Minnesota. All backed by our unconditional lifetime warranty.
Beaver Dam Bucket Station
StrikeMaster® Bait Bucket
7"H x 5" dia.
Clam Outdoors™ Ice Fishing Compact LED Lights
Rapala® Mini Charge 'n Glow
Hello thanks for watching I'm doing a quick review on. This new product from Rapala it's a light box to activate your glow tackle. Isigned up to do a review of. This product I actually didn't think. What I was getting I thought. Iwas getting a little handed activated light with a case to put jigs. And things like that in but. It turned out to be. Something you put larger lures in to activate I'll put my glasses down next to. You can see it's a little bit bigger. Than my glasses it's its fatter. Than an eyeglass case. You look at it's got a little notch here so. You can have a lure on your line can run through. And it's got both sides so. You were going to use. Something like bobber here. That is glow activated for a nice night fishing you can have line come out. Both sides here's the activation button. And the back three Triple A batteries right I'm sorry wrong side there so. This opens up three triple A's in there. Iwant to take that out, so I'm trying to do video on my phone with. One hand and there. And open it up it's just push right here push. It on the plastic it pops open. You have four LEDs on top four LEDs on the bottom seems pretty sturdy kind of bulky in for fishing on a kayak for you guys. That are boat fishermen. You can make room for it issues.
Ihave with you can see. This drip sticks up on. Both sides with the LEDs. And the LEDs are bumps. They stick up so for smaller things like. These jigs you try to put. It in here this is a Lindy jig. That the eyes have a little glow activation. Itried to sit on top of. One of the lights it just falls off. Whereas with a hand light activator. Ican just hold it out the LED put the LED on. And activate that doesn't work in. This test unit I'll do. It anyway I've got two identical jigs here. And I'll do a test for you count off ten seconds on my timer on the phone activating one. And then the other one will put in the test unit we'll do the same thing with Q bobbers but before. We get to I want to talk about heartbeats fitting in. This thing actually. Even before heart beats fitting you'll notice.
None of these heartbeats are glow-in-the-dark activated. Iwent to three different stores trying to find larger baits. That would fit this unit. That are glow-in-the-dark. Icouldn't find any the only thing that's glow-in-the-dark are little egg weights trout worms. That are really tiny. This is going to be useless on smaller stuff. Idid find a squid I don't remember. What you call it but it's a thing to catch squid in the ocean. That was glow activated. That was bigger but. You know I don't go out in the ocean. And fish for squid Rapala invented. This product which I don't think it's on the market. They don't have any lures. That are glow-in-the-dark. Iwent to like I said Walmart the only glow-in-the-dark lure. They had was a Berkley trout worm.
Iwent to a local tackle shop. That is purely tackled. And again the only glow-in-the-dark. They had was a small crappie jig sized squid looking lure for ocean. This the squid jig for catching squids out in the ocean. Ialso went to a look regional hunting and fishing store. That has throughout my area it's a chain throughout my area larger store. And again for them the only things. Ifound were smaller trout sized crappie jig size. Idid see a couple of (Berkley) Gulp saltwater soft plastics. That were again like the size of these Lindy jigs so. Icouldn't find anything on the market to fit in. Even went on bass pro shops. And Cabala's and there were. Some soft lures for ocean. That were bigger six seven eight inches but. Idon't need those I wasn't going to pay for those in mail. And shipping costs just so. Icould put any hearings. How well they glow.
Now looking at what Rabat offers. We got a tail dancer up here. These were glowed it'll fit in like. This but it will not fit in good to close like. You can see where the LEDs are. That time that might work a little bit but see. Igo to clothes events it's gonna flip down so putting it in. When it's laying down like. This that's the only way it's going in. And look where the lights are. That wouldn't illuminate I'll try to flip. It so the lights and so it's. This way it doesn't fit in so. That bait would be a no-go I've got a shad rap. That is a size 9 size 9 shad rap. It fits in I could put. And yeah I guess the lights might fit. It I'm gonna close that would. That would fit but they don't make. Any better glow glass wraps a little bit smaller sorry about moving doing this on the phone trying to keep things in the picture here you're only seeing two lights so that's starting to get a little bit too small we've got a DT 16 yeah kinds of.
You get two lights covering because there's. One up here it's not. Even on the lure and there's. One on the back not on the mover so you've got two lights covering it so. That wouldn't really work in. This unit with four in a row BT 10 again basically two lights covering so. If they did make baits. That were glowed some are too big to fit in here. Some are gonna line up. Now maybe some of the the minnow type hard baits like the minnows those might go on here maybe. Some soft baits but again. You can't even find them in stores to be able to work with. This unit so it's kind of pointless the things. That are available for glow-in-the-dark are things like. This so let's see how the comparison. And lighting up between the test unit. And the Lindy taser so. What I'll do is I'll get. This ready what I'll do is I'll turn the light off.
And then I'll go over ten seconds. And then I will turn light back on okay here. That was ten seconds. You can see a good glow there. Iwere to just leave. Imean you'll see it starts to diminish. Some but it's not going to go out for quite a. It might get to the point. You don't see it on the screen anymore but I'm going to turn the light back on. And then I'm gonna do the test unit. You can see this is the. Ijust did so I'll move. That out of the way, so I'm not using the same lure open the test your units through the jig. Ican try to put the hit on the light but it's not gonna go yes it's not gonna stay it's gonna fall I'll turn the light out to ten seconds. And we'll see how it's going. That was ten seconds open. You can see some glow there last time.
II tried now it's not glowing on the other side. Iflipped it over so. You would think that the whole purpose of the test like having lights on top. And bottom is you're activating. Both sides at it doesn't work so the last time. It didn't even charge. It enough for it to show up on the camera so. This time was actually better but again comparing. This is way more useful for small things like. That doing a jib bobber hit. It for 10 seconds we'll see. That glows so here we go I'm spinning it okays so it's off I'm spinning it I've got a good glow. All the way around and it's starting to feed a little. Ionly activated for 10 seconds. Ican still see this glowing it's not showing up on camera anymore but it's its glowing enough to see.
It with my eyes. Now I'll do one thing this is the. Ijust did with the hand unit so. Now I'll throw one in doing it again it's. One of these things. That it's a small size it's not going to stay up on their so make the light out ten seconds. That it's got a good glow. It's completely dark. It went into the crack in the corner of the unit so beside. That was pointing into the corner didn't get decorated so on things like the barbers jigs pretty much. Anything that's on the market. You can get does not really do well in the show. That so barring Rapala. Or other manufacturers coming out with glow baits. That actually work in. Iwould say this wouldn't be worth buying when. You can have this little thing.
That will fit in your tackle box. You can directly light up. And move things around. This might be convenient. If there really were baits on the market. You could use in I couldn't find any. Even on bass pro or Cabala's except for a. Few soft baits that are for saltwater anyway hopefully. This review has been helpful. And hopefully Rapala can rethink the concept. And come up with something that'll work for small baits. And hard baits if they're planning on with a line of hard baits. That are glow activated. They could package this with their own little hand unit for the versatility of. Both anyway thanks for watching.
Rapala® Retractable Mega Scoop
Lakco Plastic Spearing Decoys
Colors: (001)Red/White, (002)Orange/Chartreuse, (003)Perch.
Cabela's Six-Rod Ice-Fishing Case
36"L x 6.5"W x 10"H.
Outside pockets: 6.5''H x 29''L x 1''D.
Good morning welcome back to breakfast television ice fishing is. One of the easiest ways to get out. And enjoy the winters in Manitoba. We brought in Peter Tully from Cabala's to show. What we need it comes to being a first-time Fisher a lot of. It up casually hitting the lakes. And the rivers during the summer in the spring but there's no reason to put away the stuff. Though the ice is frozen. Iespecially don't put away the stuff. When the ice gets frozen. Imean it's always great to get out there enjoy. Some great winter activities. And ice fishing is one of my favorite winter activities there's a couple essentials. Ineed to know for should. We start with Willie need the whole. Ineed a spot to fish right that's right. That guy comes in handy that's an auger right there gas auger like that's great. You can drill a bunch of holes in a day. It doesn't wear you out but especially. When the ice gets thick too cuz hand augers gonna take. You quite a while to get through three feet ice yeah. You don't feel like doing like grandpa used to going with gas. And pretty easy to operate as far as. That goes very easy to operate. And they've become easier. And easier to start — a couple pulls. You got the thing running and you're drilling away okay step two would be. Something to bring the fish in. And that's where our rod. And our reel come in do the fish no. Iuse my old rod I use my great big long. One for the no the fish aren't gonna be able to tell. If you're using that great big six-foot long rod. You can still get away with. However you're gonna be a long ways away from.
That little eight-inch hole so. It comes time to landing. That fish you might have a little bit of a difficult time pulling them out on the ice right so. We get them nice and short. We get them so we can handle. And then we got to talk a little bit about what's on the end of my line. What makes this guy as. Itry not to cut myself a winner that's a great little lure for jigging and that's. All you're doing when your ice fishing is just vertical jigging straight up. And down a chubby darter like. Any of those other vertical jigging baits are gonna work perfect for when your ice fishing because. That fish is gonna be able to see. And he's gonna be able to come right in. And nail it he's got. It yeah exacts if I'm ever stuck my buddies at Cabala's are gonna help. Me out with my lawns.
Iknow let's tell them. What I'm fishing for that's just. It our guys are Outfitters at Cabala's we'll be able to set. You up with all the ice fishing gear. You need for whatever lake. Or river you're going to fish in the winter. And in fact one simple box for me to write that's right. If you're really looking for the easiest way to get out there. And get started ice fishing includes your auger your ice fishing rod a little rod holder for you. And the scoop to scoop. All the slush out of the hole a kit like. This I'll get you started ice fishing for hiring for Vox. Iwant to talk about the Fishman let's talk about. How to find them first -. This guy's a neat little fish finder. This has been the biggest advancement technology to ice fishing a fish finder which is a flashier style fish finder like. This is excellent what you can do with.
This flash or start a fish finder. Where the bottom is see. Where your lure is all the fish are you're not blind anymore under the ice. You see fish all the time. And it's one of the best things that's happened to ice fish he's gonna cut down on. One complaint law does have is. That I'm just standing around a hole waiting exactly. You kind of feel like you're maybe on. That ice-skating rink. Where there's absolutely. Nothing below your right so yeah. You know when there's fish down. All I've got is ten pounds of ice I'm gonna talk about the comforts the creature comforts of home like the heater. And the temp but I want to talk about. You said I have to be very careful. It comes to like catching them. And release for the benefit of the fish that's right. What it's really cold outside fish don't have eyelids, so they're gonna freeze their eyeballs they'll freeze their gills.
You pull a big fish out of the water you're gonna want to release. That fish so he can make. More fish you got a chance for other people to go out there. And catch those fish right so as soon as. That fish comes out of the water. What I do is I just put him right back down in the hole. Ihold on to him put my hand inside his Gill hold on to his Gill plate. And then that way something happens. We want to take a picture get a measurement. You can never find the camera. You need exactly someone else dealing with. You got the fish in their pull them out for a nice picture. And send it back down. And release and he'll be fine. Someone else can catch him. Another day you grab in the next time let's talk quickly.
Ican about that I'm going on safe ice it's by being diligent. And being careful yes. Imean the most important thing you need to remember. When ice fishing is ice can change thickness. Where you're going across the ice so. If you're heading out onto ice you're unfamiliar with the best thing you can do is ask people who have gone out there before. Or check with your ice auger drill hole as soon as. You get out on the ice find out. How thick and then drill a hole little further keep checking. That ice as you get out to your ice fishing spot. That way you can make sure. That you're knowing. That ice is going to be safe for you to walk.
Everybody have a safe. And fun fishing season we'll talk a little. More Cabelas about. You can stay comfortable. When you're out there but. Now let's check on weather conditions might be perfect for some ice fishing.