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ice fishing

the act or practice of fishing through a hole cut in the ice.
Origin of ice fishing
1745-55 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for ice fishing
  • Cast your line in several lakes and streams or try your hand at ice fishing in the winter.
  • ice fishing is a whole different sport than your everyday angling.
  • Enhance your ice fishing vacation by chartering one of the experienced fishing local guides in the city.
  • Instead, the locals go ice fishing in small shacks and cabins that sit on the ice.
  • In the winter, ice fishing is a strategy for catching a big one.
  • Each year the region holds an ice festival that features ice fishing, lure fishing and catching trout with your bare hands.
  • Amenities include boat rentals, launch fishing and even ice fishing with ice houses available.
  • The resort provides boat docking, a fish cleaning shack and ice fishing houses for rent.
  • Visitors can also participate in ice fishing, cross-country skiing and other outdoor wintry excursions offered by the resort.
  • In the winter, activities include snowmobiling, skiing and ice fishing.
British Dictionary definitions for ice fishing

ice fishing

a form of fishing in which a line is lowered through a hole made in a frozen lake, river, etc
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