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  • Bring warm clothing. While the huts are heated, the transport sled is not. Bring gloves, hats, boots, snow pants, warm jacket. Dress in layers. You might be cold when you first get in the hut but they sure heat up and you might get hot!
  • Bring your fishing license! If you are age 18-64 you need a valid fishing license. If you don’t already have one, you can buy one at your local Canadian Tire, Bass Pro Shop or fishing store.
  • Bring a fishing rod or tip up with lots of line! It’s deep! Bring any hooks, spoons, or jigs you want to use. Live bait will not be provided. If you can, bring a fish finder that is set up for ice fishing. Adam Goy recommends Raplala’s, Badboy’s and small William’s Whitefish lures, small jigs, small plastics are highly recommended.
  • Bring food and beverages. You will get hungry! Brings snacks, sandwiches or something you can easily fry up on the stove.  

 

 

Disclaimer:  All ice fishermen assume all liability and risk when stepping onto the ice. Adam Goy Ice Hut Rentals is not responsible for any accidents or injuries on the ice.