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Discussion in 'Fishing' started by Tman6493, Jan 14, 2021.
Ever done it in KY? Any stories. If not ever done it up north ?
Never have, probably never will.... I've burst through the ice twice duck/goose hunting. I don't think I'll ever get on ice again. Not fun.
It’s something I’d like to do to check off the list. I know a couple ponds that have crappie and gills that if cold enough can get over 4 inches thick. Definitely don’t think I’d step on them without a life jacket and someone watching from the bank.
Living in new york and having 2 of the finger lakes 15 min from my house I've done my share nothing like perch pulled from ice cold water. Taste you can't beat. Talk about a cold but fun time.
I’ve fishing with some whiskey and a snoopy pole sounds like a good time if you ask me
When I was a kid the ponds would freeze up enough to walk across about every year. Heck I’ve seen cars out on bays in Kentucky Lake before but the last several years not so much. You can’t even find a snow sled in a hardware store anymore, waste of money down this way. I saw my first “March” flowers popping up today in Calloway County.
Not enough ice around here
I wouldn’t mind going up North and trying it. Had a buddy that grew up in North Dakota and also lived in Minnesota that talked about it being a lot of fun. We just can’t really relate here. Seems like a few years ago someone had ice fished their pond on here and did pretty good. Seems like I remember a similar thread anyway.
I saw a bunch of ice fishing shacks on a lake in Vermont several years ago
Tried it on a farm pond as kids. All I got was a wet ass.
Grew up on a 50 acre lake. When I was a kid we'd knock a hole and catch a few bluegill and yella belly mudcats, the occasional crappie. It doesn't get cold enough for ice anymore.
Iced fished every year up north. Great times on the ice. Lakers, crappie, trout, smelt, pike, bass , tons of action on good days jigging and changing flags!
NO. Went to Taylorsville yesterday, 50 degrees & I froze. Can't imagine fishing when its real cold.
You just have to dress for it.
I’ve done it twice in Kentucky. We caught fish both times and it may have just been the novelty of it, but it was a lot of fun.