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Tips for a good ice fishing season

Published 12/17/2010, The Jamestown Sun

Ice fishing is in full swing across the Midwest. Although you still have to be careful out there, anglers are on the ice and they’re getting bit. Following are some ideas of how you can get bit on the ice more this winter. On early ice it’s a good idea not to move around too much. The ice is thin and often there’s not much snow on it. The fish are right below us, and often times they’re not too deep. They can detect us much easier, and when they know we’re there, they sometimes get spooky.

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