Type: Posts; User: WillCFish
Nope! You're OK, it was my mistake. Thank You
Good one! :eusa_boohoo:
We have all had this happen. What would you have done.
Have you been spooled? Here's a tip to turn them around.
I don't like this weather either. I'll pay a couple dollars a day in heat so I can go ice fishing. lol :icefishing:
Here we are sitting back watching seminar's again when we were ice fishing last week. This rain coming down is gonna put me off the ice for a week or two.
I saw a picture of a four wheeler and house that went through near Sioux Falls. Be careful out there with this rain it'll ruin the ice and cause some current.
Best Bluegill fillets with a knife.
Thanks bs1d3. I missed your reply earlier.
I met Teeg at the Team Extreme Tournament at West Okoboji Iowa last winter.
He's a great guy and told about the program.
I got to meet Ben at the Yellow Bass Bonanza at Clear Lake Iowa last year.
He is a very good representative of the group and talks about conservation.
I've known Perry since he was a kid bringing huge Smallmouth into his folks White Oaks Bait Shop at West Okoboji and fished lots of Musky tourney's together. He and Eric and I think one other brother...
Thanks Nate WC. We are back into the Trout again and looking forward to having some more.
Thanks QuackerTracker, goog reminder.
Once again it's that time of year to get permission to put out those Christmas trees on the ice for fish habitat.
You're welcome HuskerMagic
Great idea QuackerTracker. I heard a guy drown at Council Bluffs today that tipped over in a canoe was the first report.
One of many water safety tips.
If you have something go through the ice like the guys from Nebraska already did this year the Kirschbaum's from Spirit Lake, Iowa can help you out and work with lots...
I've heard of four groups of people going in already this year unfortunately and one was pulled out with an ice skimmer a buddy reached out to him, another by a kid with a snow shovel. They could...
One guy went through at the Iowa Great Lakes and another south of there 80 miles.
4" is considered safe ice and a lot of guys are pushing their luck on too little ice. ...
I thought Chip had some great information for ice fishermen.
I agree and he has good humor along with it. Good Guy!!!
Steve Weisman Iowa/Minnesota Ice fishing forecast
Chip Leer gave a great talk on getting fish to bite under the ice by triggering them.