Bucket List - Ice Fishing
Ice fishing is the practice of fishing through holes in the ice on a lake or river. Did you know the current world’s largest ice fishing contest has over 15,000 anglers? That’s right…It’s held in the month of January on Gull Lake, north of Brainerd, Minnesota each year. They actually drill over 20,000 holes for the event!
The hole for ice fishing should be no more than 12 inches or 30.5 cm, to keep the ice near where you stand or sit as solid and stable as possible. This also helps prevent a person falling all the way through in an accident. Ice does not freeze to a uniform thickness on lakes. The speed, temperature and source of water currents from rivers cause variations. Snow cover on the surface can affect the stability of ice. Air currents can cause erosion of the surface.
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