Posts Tagged 'Chicago fishing'

Mind of fishermen on first ice: Starting around Chicago fishing

Granted Boshold is a special case. He was on the gold-medal 2010 USA Ice Team and twice was a North American Ice Fishing Champion. Those who fish first ice, in some ways safer with its elasticity and clearness than thicker later ice, are different. Greg Dickson values that difference as proprietor of Triangle Sports and Marine in Antioch. “What you have with first ice are your true, extremely devoted ice fishermen,’’ Dickson said. “Some people […]

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Trickier ice & early coho: Chicago fishing

Ice fishing remains the central theme of this sprawling raw-file Midwest Fishing Report, but the smattering of coho and brown trout reports on southern Lake Michigan build. The MFR appears in a condensed form Wednesdays on the Sun-Times outdoors page. This is one of those times where it shows definitively how variable ice fishing is around Chicago. To the south the ice is unsafe or tricky at best, while to the north ice fishing, though a bit sloppy, […]

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