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Don't need to.  Our refrigerator makes enough to keep us supplied.

Sorry, the devil made me do it. ::)

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I try too. Haven't been out yet. Best time for me since I don't have a boat. Now I can get to more places.

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Don't need to. Our refrigerator makes enough to keep us supplied.

Sorry, the devil made me do it. ::)

;D you beat me to it!

I live in the North Country but find it is way too cold to ice fish any more,.....give me some warm water and sunny skies and I am a happy camper.

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I'm hoping to do better ice fishing then i did last summer. Got nothing. If I can I  am going to try and get a jon boat this year if the finances allow it.

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I do alot of ice fishing here in MI, Bass are usually easier to catch during first ice and last  ice  periods. Much harder to catch mid winter. But I have seen some big ones caught through the ice.

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I'm hoping to do better ice fishing then i did last summer.

Don't feel bad, I NEVER do well ice fishing in the summer!  :D

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I do. Grimlin and I are going out Monday. My buddy went out yesterday and got thirty-five jumbo perch.

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I ice fish.  Will be going after some perch on my next days off.

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I'm hoping to do better ice fishing then i did last summer.

Don't feel bad, I NEVER do well ice fishing in the summer! :D

 Yes it is hard to get a tip up on open water. :)

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I used to when I lived in Nebraska and loved it.  We caught a lot of crappie, bluegill, some bass and a few cats.  I really don't miss it though, I hate cold weather.  :)

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I tried it once, flew up to Duluth MN and can safely say that the few fish we caught were not worth being In  0 degree temps...lol That's the coldest this Southern boy has ever been.

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Don't need to. Our refrigerator makes enough to keep us supplied.

Sorry, the devil made me do it. ::)

;D you beat me to it!

I live in the North Country but find it is way too cold to ice fish any more,.....give me some warm water and sunny skies and I am a happy camper.

Me too.  

Once upon a time, I enjoyed camping out with a friend of mine, even in the dead of winter.  Now, I want a warm snug bed.  

I don't mind the snow, as long as I can view it from the inside of a house or vehicle that is warm.

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No, too hard to cast and hit that little hole! :-/

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I love to ice fish, just went out today caught a bunch of nice perch and even pulled a 2lb bass out of the hole!  :D made my day/winter

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I like to ice fish , we went out last weekend and caught 57 crappie and gills , went out this morning and caught 32 crappie and gills , going to go out again this weekend  too .

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I'll be heading out this weekend for a go at it.  It's fun as long as I'm sure the ice is thick enough.  Nothing takes the thrill out of something so much as wondering if you might plunge through into icy cold water (or, of course, actually going through).  That hasn't happened yet and I want to keep it that way.

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