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Fishing at -30


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#16
rshaffer61

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Ban me but I wear glasses.
:) :)
And I waved at you.
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Troy

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Kat, where are you? I've been waiting! It apparently hit 39C today here... ouch.

And Dave, you haven't banned Ron yet.
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I spend a week icefishing with my father in northen germany.It was -26C,and with the windchill even colder.First we had to drill a hole into the ice,and then wait for the fish to return.After about 30 min.,you start shivering,and that's where the magic of icefishing begins.The shivering transfers via the fishingrod and line to the bait.The bait starts "dancing" and drives the fish crazy.When the fish comes out of the water,the freezing temperature kills the fish almost instantly and usualy dies with his fins spread out like in the photo.



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