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# 70HR
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Weight: 5.70 lbs

This heavy duty hoe/rake is a great tool for field, large beds and gardens!

Prohoe's version of a fire and trail hoe is built for more than fighting fires. Built for cultivating, grading, raking, grubbing and tamping. The hoe's carbon steel head is 7-in x 9-in with a curved sharpened edge. The rake end sports five 2-in x 3/4-in teeth with beveled edges for easy cutting. Hard Northern ash handle. 54-in overall length. Ship wt 5.5 lb.


  • 7in x 9in head
  • 54in long overall

Product Features

  • The heavy head helps to penetrate dirt and roots

Review Summary (Based on 7 Reviews)

5 Stars

This tool is marvelous wrote

This is a hoe on steroids. A little heavy to handle but WOW does it get the job done. I actually can use it in heavy clay almost like a shovel.

5 Stars

Don't think about it just get one. wrote

This thing is awesome. Does everything.

5 Stars

Great Tool wrote

After using this tool on a trail building project I immediately ordered one. It is versatile and very effective in digging out roots and rocks.

5 Stars

Would give it 6 stars if possible! wrote

Used a Rogue Hoe before when volunteering on a farm and had to have one for my own garden. This thing cuts through heavy clay and thick grasses, even roots and small rocks like butter! The weight of the head helps do the work for you, although there is some work when using this hoe. Awesome product!

5 Stars

Prohoe wrote

Great tool! The longer handle makes it great for busting through pricker bushes and using the rake. I've only used mine for about 500 feet of trail benching and the edge is still fairly sharp. I've hit some nice size rocks and haven't bent or nicked any edges on the hoe or rake side. It's a tough tool.

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