By Dan Durbin
Posted on March 4, 2014
Right now on most lakes a person needs a power auger extension to get past the ice and into the fish-holding part of the lake, but in just a few weeks ice conditions will deteriorate as spring finally moves closer. It’s at this time when ice fishing can be at it’s best, but it’s also a time when ice conditions can be at their worst. People go in every year, and some lives are lost.
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