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Ice Fishing To-Bring Checklist

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When heading out on frozen lakes or ponds to ice fish, you won’t want to leave home without these important items. Even in a one-person ice shelter, there is room for essential ice-fishing items that you should never leave home without:  Tip-ups and ice fishing rods/reels  Ice shelter (anything to keep out of the wind)  Propane heater for cold days  Spud bar (for checking ice thickness)  Ice auger  Sled to carry auger and supplies …

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No Ice Needed For This Winter Fishing!

If sitting on a five-gallon bucket and then staring at a hole drilled in the ice doesn’t meet your criterion for winter fishing, then take note! There is an open-water fishing option in Nebraska during the coldest part of the year and it involves trout. So, grab the neoprene waders and gloves, layer your clothing and rig the spinning rod, because we are going winter trout stream fishing! Schlagel Creek near Valentine, NE gives up a brown trout on a crankbait during a winter …

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Neat Winter Fishing Trip on WOWT 6 Outdoors

Imagine fishing this water … For these fish … This time of year!!! Any idea where we’re heading and what fish we’re targeting? Find out the answers to those questions and get more information on a neat winter fishing trip that you can take on my Weekly Outdoor Report airing on Omaha’s WOWT-TV/Channel 6. It airs Thursday night LIVE at 6 p.m. CST during the sportscast with my buddy, Ross Jernstrom. If you’re unable to view the live broadcast of our outdoor report, I remind …

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On The Ice for WOWT 6 Outdoors

The growing outdoor sport of ice fishing will be featured on my Weekly Outdoor Report airing on Omaha’s WOWT 6 News Thursday night LIVE during sports on the 6 p.m. CST newscast with Ross Jernstrom. See video of action on the ice at the Mahoney State Park CenturyLink Lake while I provide some quick tips and reminders for you ice anglers with a focus on ice conditions and safety for beginners. Fish caught through the ice are absolutely delicious! Tune in …

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