Sorry I could not find the last post So here is anoyher one Back in Iowa a number of years back I told a friend of mine who also does scuba diving lets play a trick on good ole bob . He has never gone ice fishing before. So I said I'll take Bob out and it was anice day 50 degrees out no wind. We went to a farm pond and ther was a bunch of trees behind us. we went out and drilled two holes I had a Long iice chipper along so I made Bobs hole bigger than mine I told him if you caught a really bigon you will need all the hole you have to get him out. While we had our backs turned away from shor Rick was waiting in the trees he went scuba diving Well he popped his head up in Bobs hole and said high. Poor ole bob jumped 10 feet in the air from a sitting position I was laughing so hard my sides were hurting and tears were in my eyes. After about 10 min of cussing and bob's heart rate came back down to normal we all 3 were laughing catch you on the flip side
If however it is true, please explain (1) how the diver got under the ice w/o anyone hearing/seeing him drill a hole or otherwise get to open water, and (2) how thick was his drysuit so he didn't freeze in the 35-40 degree water.
People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947