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Old 01-04-2013, 09:30 PM   #15
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Just remember, people that live in northern climates, can walk on water in the winter!!
What do they walk on in the summer?
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:57 PM   #16
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This can only mean one thing. No ice house fishing homes older than 10 years will be allowed on area lakes. The end is neigh I tell ya. The end is neigh.
I won't even try it until they have full body paint on that ice house.....lmao
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I love fishing but only tried it on the ice once. Much prefer the cabin with a fire and a glass of Appleton's.
Ole and Sven had been on the ice a whole afternoon with nothing to show for their efforts. A snowmobile went by with a stringer of fish. Ole sez "Sven I tol ya, we shoulda bin trollin."
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:11 PM   #18
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What do they walk on in the summer?
Their feet. Just guessing.
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:22 PM   #19
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What do they walk on in the summer?
On the dock to the deck of the boat!
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The hardest part is cutting a hole in the ice big enough for my BOAT!
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:47 PM   #21
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This can only mean one thing. No ice house fishing homes older than 10 years will be allowed on area lakes. The end is neigh I tell ya. The end is neigh.
Only one end...
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My husband's employees he worked with thought our 5th wheel Scamp would look nice out on the lake we lived on. No way. No way fishing camper and no way out on ice. Too creepy. Our lab would not even go out there even though she was missing an opportunity to roll in fish. Her favorite.
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At one time, a life or two ago, I enjoyed sitting in an ice fishing shack, heater on, gen set running, watching Sunday afternoon football. Now I have a problem with finding the remote to even bother turning the TV on.
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Don't you folks know how to ice fish....

You go to the local fish market, the fish are already dressed out and lying there on a bed of ice, You go "I'll take that one and that one"... Pay for 'em.

And that.. I how you ice fish.

OH, as for the time you were supposed to be on the lake freezing your .. er... parts off......

Sitting over at Joe's cantina getting anti-froze.
How about Blowin In The Wind ?? Bob Dylan if memory serves.....
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My husband's employees he worked with thought our 5th wheel Scamp would look nice out on the lake we lived on. No way. No way fishing camper and no way out on ice. Too creepy. Our lab would not even go out there even though she was missing an opportunity to roll in fish. Her favorite.
I will walk out on the lake. But, I will not drive my truck on it. Your insurance will not cover you if your truck falls into the lake.
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If your truck falls into one of those Canadian lakes with you in it, I doubt that you'll live long enough to care about insurance!
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Not sure about today's day and age but when I was a teen there was an Island on Lake Superior that even had school buses run the ice road to and from the Island to save busing and ferry coasts. If memory serves me right it was to and from Grand Island.
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