Thursday, March 05, 2009

Wet part of the ice fishing season

This Is the Wet Part of the Ice Fishing Season
The high in Madison today is supposed to be 55F. These days, the ice fishers must slog through increasingly deep water atop the ice to drill their hole and fish below the ice (in this case, on Brittingham Bay, with John Nolen Drive and its tidy little trees in the background). The days of their frigid, solitary bliss are numbered.

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