When it is snowing and the wind is howling, it’s time for some ice fishing!
Once lakes freeze over, fish have to make due with colder temperatures. Though it sounds like a horrible fate, remember that the piscean world generally stays within a 40 degree temperature range year-round. Unless they freeze-out, lakes don’t drop below freezing and they are rarely warmer than the mid-seventies. Wisconsin’s waters are wonderful habitats, and fish have strategies to survive even some of the harshest conditions.
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