In the late 1930s, three ice fishermen in the Beaver Dam area - Fred Crinion, Albert "Tuck" Kachelski and George Beers - began assembling their own tip-ups in a basement and selling them for beer money. In 2008, with eight employees working inside a 4,160-square-foot, one-story building on the east side of Beaver Dam, Arctic Fisherman still made each Beaver Dam Tip-Up by hand.
For five decades, the Original Rail Tip-up has stood apart, an American-made icon of ice fishing tip ups. Experience the legacy, put more fish on the ice, and see why this original remains #1.
Ice Fishing With The New Light Up Tip Up By Beaver Dam
The all-new Beaver Dam tip-up with an integrated light system built in for best performance and ease-of-use. Simply push the ON button, position the flag and it will automatically alert with upright flag and super bright LED light when triggered by the bite.
Beaver Dam Tip Ups Targeting Walleye With John Gillespie
This is the tip-up that started it all 60 years ago. Beaver Dam Tip-ups have been designed, tested and proven to meet the demands of ice fishermen all over the world. The Original Beaver Dam Tip-up is all hand made and assembled one at a time. Each tip-up is freezeproof, windproof and foolproof, allowing you to have a better time on the ice.
How to Setup a Beaver Dam Tip-Up for Pike | Wisconsin Ice Fishing
Watch as Plee To Be Outdoors walks you through how he likes to setup his tip-ups when targeting pikes through the ice.