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Old 02-01-2017, 01:42 AM
Brandonkop Brandonkop is offline
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Default High Pressure Cold Front - The Struggle is Real


This last year my borther came up from Montana while we were in Alberta. We had hopes of great ice fishing, but Mother Nature had different plans. The somewhat warm weather the week prior turned to frigid cold with Daytime temps from -25 to -30 degrees C. While I often have good luck in cold temps, this time combined with the high pressure system and sliver moon phase just seemed to put the fish into hiding. This didn't stop us from working as hard as we could to put fish on the ice. With several missed fish and one decent pike lost we were somewhat disappointed. Then the sun started to set and a few small walleye came in to save the day. The Struggle is Real but a day on the ice is better than any day at work.

This was Pinehurst.


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