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Ice On Inner Bay

ferg

Well-Known Member
#1
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Here is an image of the ice on Inner Bay taken late Wednesday the 29th. Most of the huts are huddled in front of Booth's Harbour. The huts are dragged from St. Williams along side a pressure crack to the honey hole. The zoom on my camera won't reach the Old Cut but according to my binoculars it is not as busy as Booth's. There are no huts near EC 10.

Happy Fishing and best wishes for the New Year.




d ferguson
 

Jwalsh

Well-Known Member
#2
Awesome picture! To bad this warm weather is blowing in...I imagine if you take a picture this saturday it will look completely different! I know my hut will be the driveway!
 
#2
Very Nice Pic!! Hope we can bounce back from this warm weather coming very quickly!

~e

quote:
Originally posted by ferg

A picture is worth a thousand words.
Here is an image of the ice on Inner Bay taken late Wednesday the 29th. Most of the huts are huddled in front of Booth's Harbour. The huts are dragged from St. Williams along side a pressure crack to the honey hole. The zoom on my camera won't reach the Old Cut but according to my binoculars it is not as busy as Booth's. There are no huts near EC 10.

Happy Fishing and best wishes for the New Year.


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d ferguson



Kandi Easton
 

Fish Farmer

Well-Known Member
#2
When we left last night, hardly any huts left.
Ice was melting fast and Granger's was pulling his huts off. We had good 10" of black ice and water was gin clear.There is 2 pressure cracks, the first we had to walk east a long ways to go around and another out pasted the huts which a few guys took a chance crossing, not this cat, I didn't want to get wet. With this warm weather, I think I'm staying on shore, could brake up if we get a good wind, you never know out there.