It's mid December, the waters of Tobin Lake in Saskatchewan are frozen over, its a perfect time to go ice fishing for monster Walleye. Jim joins a few of the locals from Nipawin as they drive out into the middle of the lake to drill some holes in the ice and drop their lines. The secret is a good rod and reel and a decent flasher to locate the fish. One of Jim's longstanding friends, Ray Lamy catches a beautiful Northern Pike as well as some nice Walleye and Young Curtis Fehr shows just how good he is, catching a couple of Walleye approaching 10lbs. The lake record here is 18.3lbs, which also just happens to be the world record for Walleye through ice.
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