Lake Wingra Hardwater   1 comment

John, Stephen and I went to Wingra on New Year’s Eve to chase lunkers. Suffice it to say, we didn’t catch any.

John did have a flag go up only to find that his shiner minnow was gone, so that may have been something, but for the most part the experience taught us how nice a shelter of some kind would be to have.

Hope you enjoy the photographs! There’ll be more throughout the winter, hopefully some of which will have us holding some nice fish.

 

Sunrise on the Ice - Lake Wingra, December 2012

Sunrise on the Ice – Lake Wingra, December 2012

 

Good Ol' Beaver Dam Tip-ups

Good Ol’ Beaver Dam Tip-ups

 

Stephen Rose working the hole

Stephen Rose working the hole

 

Flag Up! for John Jackels

Flag Up! for John Jackels

 

Gloves off. The worst part of it.

Gloves off. The worst part of it.

 

Hook Set - Nothing there.

Hook Set – Nothing there.

 

Stephen Rose considers what it means to be a man.

Stephen Rose considers what it means to be a man.

 

Waiting for the spool to turn

Waiting for the spool to turn

 

Six tip-ups marching toward Vilas Park, Madison, Wisconsin

Six tip-ups marching toward Vilas Park, Madison, Wisconsin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. You certainly make the most of it and have fun.

    Great! Mom

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