1 day ago It’s hard to justify reeling up and going inside to eat when the fish are biting. Thankfully we have some of the coolest fathers on earth that not only know how to cook a mean breakfast, but also gave the full service experience and delivered it to us on the ice! Leave a comment if you would do this for your children, or if your dad has done something similar on past fishing adventures! #tippecanoeicefishing#tippecanoefishing#staytippe
1 day ago Gorgeous day on the ice in northern Wisconsin, hit forty degrees. Tracking perch, got a few, waxies and crappie minnows. Solar and moon fishing phases are peak. Have to hit it again tomorrow. Lots of nice color end of day.
Emergency laser eye surgery yesterday, having a sudden retina tear in my left eye. Made it especially nice to take everything in today. Feeling blessed... #icefishing#northernwisconsin#catchingperch#jigging#marcum#instagood#larryseiler
1 day ago 10 of these and 100 tiny ones and we’ll call it a good few hours on the ice 🎣
1 day ago Finding the pattern for those larger trout was sure proving to be quite the challenge. We had countless marks come in chase our lures up 20 ft or more and then dip out. Finally, on a 1/4 oz Gold Slender Spoon we got a solid mark to commit! #tippecanoeicefishing#tippecanoefishing#staytippe
3 days ago After 2 grueling hours we decided to stop our trek and pop a few holes along a steep break to see if anyone was home. Finally, after a few more hours of jigging Joe’s Dad was the first to find a tight line and restore the confidence that we desperately needed! Believe it or not, this little Laker was caught on a white 4” tube bait tipped with a full shiner in 50 ft of water. #tippecanoeicefishing#tippecanoefishing#staytippe
4 days ago The new shanty treated me well today on the perch! And yes, that’s open water 100ft away. #icefishing
4 days ago First and foremost, happy Tippe Tuesday! As many of you know, we were up in BWCA for the past few days where we not only learned new techniques when Lake Trout fishing, but we also learned about the different forms of transportation for our voyages across the ice. Both snow shoes and cross-country skis have their pros and cons, however after traveling over 4 miles both ways it was obvious that skis had the upper hand when towing gear on sleds. The motion of “gliding” rather than “stepping” requires less energy and is therefor much more sustainable over long distances. However, if backpacking is more of your style and you are lucky enough to have a good hard snow pack then snow shoeing might be your preferred method. Let us know if you have any questions about using either of these modes of transportation, or let us know if you have tried either of these primitive tactics of getting from point A to point B during the winter seasons! #tippetuesday#tippecanoeicefishing#tippecanoefishing