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LIFE Magazine Ice Fishing pix

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Cool stuff, Grumpy Old Men comes to mind.

Love the old cars/trucks.

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Cool pix! I wonder what lake that was on, talk about crystal clear water!

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Very cool! Where was Crappy Town? One of the pic's said ice fishing in Glenwood. Anyone remember when and where that was. Looked like a lot of people humping houses, trucks & cars around back then! cool

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Man these photos make me want hard water again.....but only for a few seconds. wink Thanks for sharing.

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crappy town is still on the northeast side of Lake Minnewaska outside of Torgy's Bay kind of near the DNR landing.

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'Waska by Glenwood was my thought, too. Didn't know about "Crappie Town" though.

Gotta love the guy with the slimer in his pocket.

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Cool pix. I would have hated to be the poor kid with his face right in front of the exhaust pipe when being pulled by that pickup.

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cool pics thanks for posting, i like the old school spearing pics

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Sorry ....but... as I was looking for the old time'r pic's..I hit the pictures of the Bikini Ice fishing Team ... and my adult A*D*D must of kicked in.....and I somehow lost track of what I was looking for.

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Love the pics looking down, guys playing cards. Good stuff

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