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Can someone give me some more details on the ICE series..I went to the HSOforum and just wondering about how many people fish, and some general ideas about the circuits, I would like to fish one or two expecailly the one on LOW this year

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First off, it isn't really a circuit. There are four individual events. There are also two smaller local events that aren't advertisied, unless they've changed their minds.

The ICE Series Burntside Laker Bash and The ICE Series West Battle LETS Event are the two smaller ones.

We're planning on having a minimum of 100 people at each of the 4 main events.

The contest goes from 8am to 2 pm on Staurday. The Weigh-ins start at 2 pm. The Brats, fish fry, and other food is served during and after weigh-ins. The trophies are given out, tons of prizes are drawn for, then we start hands on testing of the new gear. Pro Staff will be available right there to help everyone out as they wish.

I mean we will actually be fishing right there testing out the new products, gear, depth finders, fish houses, underwater viewing systems, augers, tackle, etc.

It's a very good possibility that Denny's on Winnie will be putting on a Fish Fry for us the evening of Saturday, Jan. 10th to cap the Evening festivities off.

Weather permitting we will be heading out in groups with Pro Staff on Sunday morning at our own pace of course.

The ICE Series will be like bringing the Forums here to life.

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Well said Rick. I'd like to add that we do have more fun and we will help rookies and hardcores alike catch fish and learn about some new ice fishing tactics, products and strategies.

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How do the logistics work with the whole lake being "fishable" and only one "waystation"?

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Fish wherever you want as long as you follow the rules laid out at http://iceleaders.com

You must be ready to weigh-in before or by 2 pm.

After that the real fun begins.

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