Jump to content
  • GUESTS

    If you want access to members only forums on HSO, you will gain access only when you Sign-in or Sign-Up .

    This box will disappear once you are signed in as a member. 😀

  • RECEIVE THE GIFTS MEMBERS SHARE WITH YOU HERE...THEN...CREATE SOMETHING TO ENCHANT OTHERS THAT YOU WANT TO SHARE

    You know what we all love...

    When you enchant people, you fill them with delight and yourself in return. Have Fun!!!

Sign in to follow this  
Guest

ICE Series!!!

Recommended Posts

Guest

Looking for some fun on the ice?
How about the chance to win some really great prizes such as-
Otter Den
LX3
Barracuda Ice Auger
Quikflip Ice House
Thorne Bros Ice Rod.
Some DVD's
Gear from Colombia

Lures from-
Scenic Tackle
Jammin Jigs
Catch N Tackle
Bio Bait
Custom Jigs and Spins

And Schwiegert Brats for all!!

And the good thing about it…YOU DON”T EVEN HAVE TO CATCH A FISH TO WIN!!!!!

Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 finishers and everyone who signs up will get their name in the drawing for the goods! You might even be named “The Worlds Greatest Ice Angler” and end up on FishFever’s latest video!

The first event will be held on Lake Winnibigoshish out of Denny’s Resort on January 10-11th. Tournament times will be 7 am to 2pm.

There will be product demos on-ice, plenty of Fishing Minnesota Pro-Staff on hand to give tips and answer questions and they will even point you in the right direction to the hot-spots!

All this for only $10!

For more info and to register, click on the link below-
iceleaders.com

Hope to see you there!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Is, the winnie one on the 9th or the 9th and 10th? On the signup it said it was both days. We might not be able to make both days!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If you can make it to the first day of the event you will be in the tourney and see many of the FM'ers and the weigh in, trophy ceremony, etc... The second day is for fun and sharing. Try to make it to at least the first day, hopefully you can make both!

------------------
Matthew J. Breuer
Northcountry Guide Service
[email protected]
Custom Jigs and Spins

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest

Like Matt said, the first day will be the activity and tourney day. Sunday will be a time to fish with pro-staff, make some friends and just have fun!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

how do we know if we are registered in the contest i paid for two people and was just wondering ?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Definitely bigger than LETS.

We're not done yet with the count. More people joining everyday.

If you paid and want to know if you are registered go to the SouthCentral Forum and click on the Moderator Catch'n and e-mail him with your name and the date you paid.

If you received an online receipt, then you are entered and you need not ask. Just print the receipt out, bring it with and we will match it at the ICE Series Event.

For more info and you can join by going to the site below:

http://IceLeaders.com

This is going to be one FUN Event Series!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

All right. You guys talked me into it. I sent my registration in the other day. Went up to Winni yesterday...nice people there at Denny's Resort.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  



  • Your Responses - Share & Have Fun :)

    • Whats everyone's thoughts on this new feature? https://www.navionics.com/usa/blog/post/ais-in-the-boating-app/  
    • What you are doing is even better than what they hope to achieve with the law. I do the same thing. My minnows never see lake water while in my possession except while riding on a hook. It is not possible to transfer invasives via my minnows or minnow container unless they came from the bait shop and the result would be same either way.   This brings up a good question. Aren't minnows trapped in lakes and streams? They could contain microscopic versions of invasive species and therefore be responsible for transporting them to every lake where the minnows are used. Even those raised in rearing ponds are potential threats if the rearing ponds become infected.   Unfortunately, it is impractical (not impossible) for a CO to know that my minnows have not been in the lake. He would have to take my word for it. As a result, unless they catch me taking my aerated minnow cooler from my boat to my truck, ....  
    • I see they got Eddie & Cron back last night but now Buxton's out again. It didn't help though as they played a sloppy game & beat themselves.
    • Work related travel.  Never been to the northeast before and wanted to experience it as much as possible so I drove and took a couple extra days.   Original plans had me touring some stuff in the DC area but its been a little more difficult and expensive to wander about than I’d hoped.   Get me to some water!!!
    • Most of the fish I've caught out of the abyss were caught just above the thermocline or high in the water column (1'-15' down). A friend of mine once caught a 31" hog walleye on a top raider over 100'+ of water. That's just one of the many hogs to come into my boat that were 0'-5' under the surface in mega deep water. So, keep your lures above the kill zone on slot lakes and you'll still get bit.
    • To young to be retired whats up with all this Wandering?  Didn't you just come back from Musky fishering? 🤔
    • Walked the Inner Harbor a bit, ate soft shell crab and took in an Oriole’s game at Camden Yards today.  Oh, and finally booked a SHORT trip on Erie to catch on the ride home.  Better than nothing.   White water rafting tomorrow will have to do for my most significant Maryland experience.  This put a little chill on me when I noticed what it was.     It’s a nice place to visit, but... you know the  rest.
    • Tried my hand at making Nashville hot chicken last night. It didn't turn out exactly like I expected but it was still good.  
    • Great fish @Lals!   You sound like we did on the way home from our trip - analyzing every fish we didn’t hook up or keep hooked after they bit.  I didn’t get any joy from a Top Raider either but live chucking them.   Thanks for the report!
    • Just came back from LOTW.  Numbers were down but not bites.  I was a miserable 6 for 15 fish on. 75% of the bites came on the figure 8, I mostly tried to set back into them and they would come "unbuttoned " pretty quickly.  Next year, I will  try pulling them around or if they bite up in the corner of my figure 8, I would then pull the rod straight back trying to set it in the corner of their mouth.   Smaller bucktails got the most bites.  Cranks did pretty well too -- 7" Slammers and Crane Bait.  One friend got a 48 on a Top Raider. I had a 4 -5 large fish follow a top raider or a jackpot but none bit.  My brother got a 50" on a Mepps Musky Marabou.  
×
×
  • Create New...