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  • A fish-eye lens: Here’s what happens under the ice as a fish is hauled in

    Ice fishing is a fun, social and unique wintertime activity that can be enjoyed by anglers of all ages. It is a good excuse to get out of the house and a challenging twist on traditional fishing. In Idaho, the primary target species are perch and trout. Here’s a look at what happens under the ice taken from Magic Reservoir in eastern Idaho and Clark Canyon Reservoir in western Montana.

A fish-eye lens: Here’s what happens under the ice as a fish is hauled in

Ice fishing is a fun, social and unique wintertime activity that can be enjoyed by anglers of all ages. It is a good excuse to get out of the house and a challenging twist on traditional fishing. In Idaho, the primary target species are perch and trout. Here’s a look at what happens under the ice taken from Magic Reservoir in eastern Idaho and Clark Canyon Reservoir in western Montana.
Jordan Rodriguez Special to the Idaho Statesman