Camp Chef Lumberjack Skillets

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Camp Chef Lumberjack Skillets -
Perfect for cooking for a crowd. Long 18" handles for campfire use. Choose from a 16" or 20" heavy-duty 14-gauge steel Skillet, 3-1/2" Deep. Lids sold separately.


  • 14-gauge steel construction


  • Two sizes to suit every camp chef


  • 3-1/2" deep
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Camp Chef Lumberjack Skillets Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The Best for Large Groups

I have owned one of these for 30 years and just love it. If you take care of it and keep it lightly oiled, it will last forever. Easy to make a big breakfast or any other meal for a lot of people over the open campfire-especially shore lunches in Canada. Used it at a family camping trip this summer to cook breakfast for 11 people, and my son-in-law loved it. So, we bought him one for this Christmas.
Ontheice at Cabelas on 12/12/2012


I got the 20" one and talk about fast i ordered it on Tuesday and it was here Thursday .. So i went camping that Friday and used it .. Like i said WOW .. 6 doz eggs and 2 lb of bacon. And for lunch we cut up tatters and onions and you get the point It's worth it ....
Doobird at Cabelas on 07/11/2011

Second one

Been going fishing in Canada for the past 29 years and it was time for a new skillet.
1coachscout at Cabelas on 09/27/2013

Negative Reviews:

Camp Chef Lumberjack Skillet

I did not care for this skillet- as soon as I opened the box and took out the main skillet (handle is a separate piece) some of the "seasoning" flaked off and the entire pan was not evenly coated. I read reviews and thought I'd give it a shot on our camping trip, since it was certainly big enough for our family. Unfortunately I wasn't impressed. My eggs stuck on the first try, even after spraying. I also ordered the lid- almost all reviews recommended it for keeping ash and other stuff out of the food. It was really flimsy, but it did do the trick.
outdoormomof3 at Cabelas on 07/10/2009