ice fishing in paradise

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Though the ice was melted quite a bit, some folks can’t resist getting one more day of ice fishing in.  I shot this from the shore with a long zoom since I didn’t want to step out on the ice.  After all, I’m not getting hazardous duty pay.

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26 thoughts on “ice fishing in paradise

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Earl. All I can think of is that the ice fishermen know what they’re doing. At least more so than I. I didn’t check for missing persons, but I would have noticed the divers in the water.

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  1. ehpem

    I always wondered where fish in the frozen foods section came from. Now I know. Can’t imagine there is much sport in dragging frozen fish through the ice.
    Also, had I know fish balls have a solid core I never would have tried one. They looked so good breaded. Why didn’t my dentist warn me?
    Anyone know the composition (and source) of fish fingers? The always seem to be frozen.

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  2. oneowner Post author

    Fish fingers are comprised of actual fingers from ice fishermen Who were careless. There may be some actual fish in there but not likel, since I don’t think they catch many fish. Still, they taste good with a little tartar sauce.

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    1. ehpem

      I was worried that might be what they were. Given the numbers of fish fingers in the stores, there must be an awful lot of fisherman in colder climes that only have palms and thumbs at the ends of their arms. Why do they never show this in Ice Fishing Magazine and similar publications?

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      1. oneowner Post author

        It’s the whole Soylent Green thing. And there is a huge money trail in the Frozen Fish Finger industry. If word got out about what “Fish” fingers really are, there would be world wide panic. I think it’s best to avoid that at all costs. Know what I mean?

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