www.mattnova.com What a top-of-the-line ice shack looks like. Courtesy of Kurt Rutlin of Rutlin Cranberry Company in Wyeville, WI. All steel frame construction 8' wide 16' inside 12' center height 4" insulated floor Walls were foam insulated 3" thick Roof is 6" thick insulation Heat is supplied...
CLAYTON — As Ice Shanty Contest judge Jeffrey T. Garnsey inspected entries, Terry Cantwell reminded him that he had American flag tip-lines still in the ice. To match, Mr. Cantwell's painted red shanty on French Bay was decorated with Christmas lights
After mandatory removal dates, shanties may be placed on the ice, but must be removed daily. Shanty owners who allow the structures to fall through the ice are subject to penalties of up to 30 days in jail, fines of not less than $100 or more than $500
LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Even as Michigan remains firmly in winter's grip, deadlines are approaching for removing fishing shanties from ice-covered waterways. The Department of Natural Resources says anglers are required to remove their shanties as soon
According to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the dates for mandatory ice shanty removal are approaching. Shanties in the Upper Peninsula must be removed by midnight on March 31. Shanties placed on the Michigan-Wisconsin boundary
Mike Lutgen was in his fish house until late Tuesday night, before trekking up the hill back to his home. The fish house was gone the next morning. The St. Cloud Times (http://on.sctimes.com/15DZK1a) reports Lutgen's nephew, Sean Lutgen, posted about