Eskimo Redneck Economy Chisel Review

Don’t let the name fool you; the Eskimo Redneck Economy Chisel is miles away from any type of compromise. This no-nonsense ice chisel is the perfect way to keep your ice holes wide open when out on your favorite lake.

The Eskimo Redneck Economy Chisel was built with the avid ice fisherman in mind. Made to be just as durable and comfortable to use as the other ice chisels in the Redneck line, the Economy Chisel features a single head design that allows you to chip away more ice with fewer strokes. The head is fully welded so it can take a beating, and the Economy Chisel is properly weight and balanced to prevent fatigue; even under the most extreme conditions.


  • Fully-Welded steel design for long-lasting durability
  • Proper balance of weight to length ratio delivers efficient chiseling with maximum impact with every chisel stroke.


  • Tether: No
  • Head Protector: No
  • Foam Grip: No
  • Chisel Length: 52.5″
  • Weight: 4.5 lbs.
  • Head Design: Single-Action
  • Construction: Fully-Welded Steel
  • Warranty: 1-Year Limited
  • MSRP: $19.99

Overall Review

I would rate my review of the Eskimo Redneck Economy Chisel as a 5 out of 5 stars. During my review, I used the Economy Chisel alongside several over chisels in the climate of Lake Mille Lacs in north-central Minnesota. Honestly, after trying several other types of ice chisels (even others in the Eskimo Redneck line); I still prefer the single-head design and long handle of this style of basic ice chisel that has been time-tested to get the job done. Sure, there are lighter and more compact ice chisels on the market, but I’d take the Eskimo Redneck Economy Chisel any day for its durability and classic design. Eskimo’s products have always been among my favorites while being a review guy, and this chisel certainly didn’t disappoint.

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Written by Skeets Sawyer

Skeets Sawyer is a master fisherman, angling his way through literally thousands of lakes and rivers. Along with owning a small town bait shop, he designs his own line of fishing poles. Some of most intersting places he's drop his line are Saskatchewan and Sri Lanka. He resides in Henderson, Minnesota.

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