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...
We've been reporting all winter how the cold weather has made for incredibly good ice conditions for anglers and spearers on local lakes. But as the deadline of last Sunday for shanties to come off the ice has come and gone, one particular shack isn't
For many of the lakes in the Madison area, Monday, March 3rd is the deadline for ice fishers to remove their shanties off the ice. Around this time of year, lakes are usually thawing. Therefore, causing no problem for fishers to comply with the
Ice anglers, you don't have much time to get your shanties off area lakes and rivers despite the cold weather. Shanties have to be off Wisconsin-Minnesota boundary waters by Saturday already. They have to be off inland waters south of Highway 64 by
MARATHON COUNTY (WITI) – Ice fishers in Wisconsin have until Monday, March 3rd to remove their ice shanties from the frozen surface of Lake Wausau. There's just one problem: Many of the small shanties are frozen to the lake! “Everybody was getting
OSHKOSH – The ice is causing some issues for anglers in our area. Some shanties on inland waters will need to be off the ice by Monday – anything south of Highway 64 that runs from Marinette west to Antigo. But as we found out from Lake Winnebago,