i have 2 pike speering shantys out on my local lake right now, have a good 12inches of ice. and have a little woodstoves in them. did i mention the hole is 32" x 32". nothing like sitting in -10 degrees in a t-shirt. it gets a good 75-80 degrees in there. i feel bad for the guys without a shantyandybob1001skidoomxz said:ok lets think about this, that is icefishin
you go out on a lake that is covered with ice, then u start drillin holes in the ice, then u set up a lil tent and have something to keep u warm in the middle of the tent, then u sit in the lil tent u have built looking down into this hole hopein for something to bite, not to mention while the ice is makin all sorts of weird noises like cracking and stuff. sounds like fun, i will tell u one thing, i will never go icefishing!!!!
would that be considered trolling.alexd said:Isn't it Lake St. Claire that pretty much every year the ice breaks up and strands a bunch of fishermen on the moving ice pack?
Seen it on the news a few times. The guys were waving off the rescue choppers because the fishing was too good. Now that is dedication.
I don't know about a foot but a solid 6 inches or so could be there. Looks like pure clean ice too. I'm sure that ice makes a racket when the temperature drops...gmcmachz said:I don't know what is wrong with everybody. There could be a foot or more of ice therewhich is enough for a truck, let alone a snowmobile & ice fishing shack