ice-fish


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ice-fish

(īs′fĭsh′)
intr.v. ice-fished, ice-fish·ing, ice-fish·es
To fish through a hole in the ice covering a body of water.

ice′-fish′ing n.
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They come year-round, to ice-fish in winter and using spin, fly, and trolling gear through the remainder of the year, for delectable panfish, walleye, bass, pike, pickerel, crappie, catfish and more.
With so many small lakes and ponds scattered across the state, your family shouldn't have to travel too far to ice-fish for the species of your choice.
Some fall run-fish can be found holding in a big hole way upstream, and we've been able to ice-fish those holes on some rivers the past two years."
We have guides at Erie Outfitters that ice-fish for steelhead.
Outdoor writer and steelhead enthusiast Brian Kelly loves to ice-fish the harbors and rivermouths along the Eastern Basin of Lake Erie.