Ye Old Tackle Box in North Webster, Ind. will host ice fishing seminars Nov. 14 from 5-8 p.m.
Instruction will be offered by Vexilar Pro Dennis Manley on how to use electronics for ice fishing and Don Mangum from Don’s Jigs. Representatives from St. Croix and Okuma also will be on hand.
Drawings will be held for electronics, ice augers and other door prizes.
For more information, call the Tackle Box, 574-834-2011.
The Bremen Conservation Club announced the winners of its 16th annual Ice Fishing Derby held recently on Lake of the Woods to benefit the Bremen Boys and Girls Club.
In the adult division, Vickie Rupert (Bremen) won with 157.5 inches of fish while Brian Hensley (Edwardsburg) was second with 149 inches and Mike Nemeth (Edwardsburg) was third with 144.5 inches. Bluegills dominated the catch of all three anglers.
In the youth division, Noah Haas (Osceola) won with 54 inches that included mostly perch.
The single longest fish was a 26.5-inch catfish caught by Ryan Ragland (New Lennox, Ill.)
LaPorte County Convention & Visitors Bureau will host a North American Ice Fishing Circuit (NAIFC) National Championship Qualifier this weekend.
While the competitive portion of the qualifier takes place on Sunday, the NAIFC Qualifier kicks off Friday Night with a seminar at Best Western Plus LaPorte Hotel & Conference Center in LaPorte. The seminar series opens with a 5-7 p.m. with a demonstration of ice fishing basics covering everything from what knot to tie to the use of plastic baits. Then at 7 p.m., the technical/how-to information is taken up a notch by highlighting fishing techniques from across the Ice Belt as well as Aqua Vu underwater camera use and tournament tactics.
The Bremen Conservation Club’s 16th Annual Ice Fishing Derby scheduled for January 19th at Lake of the Woods, Bremen, Ind. has been postponed until Feb. 2 due to insufficient ice.
Registration begins at 5 a.m. at the Community Building and fishing will be from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Entry fee is $10. The Club will again involve the Bremen Boys and Girls Club and will again share proceeds with them.
Cash prizes of $200 for first place to $25 for fifth place will be awarded for contestants who catch the “longest” total length of legal fish. Only fish over six inches will be measured. Youth prizes will range from an ice fishing shelter to a $25 gift card. A $25 bonus will be given for the single longest fish measured for the derby.