I took a break Saturday morning from Muzzleloader hunting to bring the kids and co-worker out for a little tip-up action! I love tip up fishing Rush Lake out of Rush city because its close and it can produce plenty of 24 plus fish. We varied our depths from 5 to 10 FOW and set our lines either at a foot off the bottom or 18 below the ice. We used various types of lures, hooks and quick strike rigs in our spread. A noteworthy lure that is starting to become a mainstay on my tip up is a PK lure called a Flutterfish. Give them a look! We used medium suckers on all of our baits. The fog that rolled in that night was Pea Soup thick! It took us awhile to get to the lake and get set up. The fish reacted a little slow early morning by 10 am we were getting a flag on average every 15 minutes or less. There was a good amount of water on the ice and we marked between 10-13 inches of ice. I recommend getting the kids and a co-worker to the lake! Im not confident the video will work but I will try.