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Safety First: On-Ice Transportation

As the ice grows and the bite improves, you should always keep on-ice safety a priority.

Safety First: On-Ice Transportation

Since In-Fisherman headquarters is located in the heart of the ice belt, we're used to drilling holes and battling Mother Nature’s worst to survive the annual four-month deep freeze otherwise known as winter. It’s just a part of the regular routine of life in these parts.

Thing is, we love it! The memories made while ice fishing with family and friends are worth the time investment and endurance. But safety must be your No. 1 concern.

As a rule, I don’t even walk on the hard water until there’s a minimum of 4 inches – that’s me and a sled full of gear. From there, 5 to 6 inches can support you and a buddy with a portable shelter; 7 to 10...

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