Ice on the south side of Lake Simcoe
There's ice but it's not very thick...
Water at the edges
Not thick enough for me to walk on...
Ice fishers on their way to their hut
but these guys are fearless!
A few of the huts out by Georgina Island
Looks like a few fishers are braver than I am.
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I wouldn't want to test the ice either. Those who ice fish are used to it and probably know more about the safety and thickness of ice. I'll leave it to them :)
Stunning!! Lots of ice and a lovely blue sky... February is warm, in here; it's almost like a spring day! But winter time is still ...
Greetings in february!
I wouldn't, but then I find fishing of any variety to be one of the more boring ways to spend a day.
I like looking at these photos but i can say as a person who is afraid of a lot of things, i would not walk or drive or sit in a camp house on that ice... i know they do it but not me..
Beautiful winter in February! I greet! :)
They are crazy! ;-)
Every time I see ice fishing huts I think of Grumpy Old Men- one of my favorite movies. The only ones I have seen in real life were in Labrador many years ago. Sigh- I did love living in Canada.
I'd be very wary of that ice! It's been far too mild this winter. YoungerSon is going ice fishing next weekend up near Bancroft somewhere, I'm nervous about it already!
Good gravy, that is scary! I just a thing on the news about people parked on ice for a Winter festival and their cars began to sink!!! You stay off of that ice...you hear me?...:)JP
Stay safe on all that ice. Would love to take some shots of winter. But here we haven't had new snowfall yet.
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I am not sure I would ever be brave enough to ice fish!
I don't think I would like to go out onto the ice!
Beautiful images, but I'll pass on the ice fishing, too.
You'd never catch me out there!
You have great pictures of the ice,but I am sure happy to hear that you do not walk on the ice.I am always afraid of accidents when that ice isn't really thick.
Some ice fishermen are foolish about going out on thin ice. In South Dakota dozens of pickup trucks are pulled out of lakes after they broke through. Ice is usually thiner close to the shore.
I've never seen any point in sitting beside a river in mid-summer just to catch fish so I'll certainly not be risking that one!
Aaaamazing sight EG, I wonder how long the snow and ice would last in my 43C :)
You got great pictures on the frozen lake and the last two where picturesque! In India, once in a year and during the core winter time the Dal Lake in Kashmir (Himalayas) used to become ice and children play cricket on the lake surface.
MUCH braver than this Floridian
I rather stay safe. Too dangerous to test the ice.
No ice walking for me. In fact it looks too cold to even get out of the car, LOL! Beautiful blues though
I wouldn't be out there, but colder weather on the way later this week.
I remember Minnesota and people would tell me how safe the ice was and I needn't worry about falling through the ice. Hah, hah. I didn't believe them and still don't and just the other day some dozen cars went through the ice in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin!
Yes, I would not walk on that either. It does look cold where you are.
Pretty crazy! I just don't trust it!
You know you are a true fisherperson when .... (Brrr....) But what beautiful pictures. I forgot to say in the post above that I thought you were in Oregon for just a tiny second. There is a lovely city of Beaverton up by Portland... well, of course probably named for the same reason. John Jacob AStor got around.
I hope there are no accidents in this warm year...
I don't get it. Never have. Thin ice? Bitter cold? Sitting around waiting for fish? Nope.
I would not want to walk on that for fear of crashing through to frigid waters.
I'm always a bit wary of ice like that. Guess I've heard too many horror stories.
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