The video is a little long, but you get the point.
When: Saturday, February 8th, from 7am to 3pm
What: Ice Fishing with Chris M. and Nick N.
Weather: 7 degrees, warmed to 26. Partly cloudy to overcast. Light wind calm to SW at 3.
Barometric Pressure: 30.29in fell to 30.20in
Relative Humidity: 84% to 29%Sunrise: 7:02am
Moon: Waxing. 2 days after the first Quarter. Underfoot 7:17am. Moonrise 12:17am.
Water Conditions: Frozen on top, 40 degrees on the bottom. 13 inches of ice including the white slushy stuff on top.
It was a slow day on the water. We had a very slow pick of panfish and only a handful of flags. One was a bass caught by Chris, and one had all the right signs of a musky, but the hook popped free shortly after I set it. It was right during a half hour period when 3 muskies were caught on a nearby lake, immediately following the moonrise.
Highlight of the day was undoubtedly having this tiger musky take a few shots at my camera. Watch the video until the end, you'll get another good look at it.
Starting to look forward to open water.