Seth landed a nice Winni Laker in Wolfeboro Bay on Lake Winnipesaukee using a 2 pound test line fishing a Crazy Hick Bait jig. These jigs are made right here in New Hampshire. Lake trout are also called togue.
On Super Bowl Sunday I headed into the New Hampshire woods for overnight winter camping trip. I used my Calvin Rutstrum-designed hot tent, which pulled into the woods on a toboggan. All my gear together weighed 100lbs. As they say, if you don’t need it then don’t bring it.
On this episode of the Woodsman’s Podcast, Ed and Max talk about ice fishing and the results of the Great Meredith Ice Fishing Derby. They also recap an overnight rabbit hunting trip Ed took recently (that video coming Saturday 2/16). Thet also revisit squirrel hunting to answer a subscriber’s question.
I didn’t watch the Super Bowl. Instead I snowshoed into the New Hampshire woods and set up a hot tent for some winter camping, harvested a snowshoe hare, and generally had a wonderful time alone in the woods. This is a preview of the full video, which is coming soon.
This podcast is a production of Jack Mountain Bushcraft Media. The Working Class Woodsman may or may not be a guest in this particular podcast episode and is not responsible for the content (especially for anything he might say when he's a guest).
Scott Oeth is the owner of Bull Moose Patrol, a Registered Maine Guide, a Jack Mountain Bushcraft School alumnus, a featured speaker at Canoecopia and the Outdoor Adventure Expo and a father of 3. Raised in Madison, Wisconsin and active in scouts, Scott lives with his family in the twin cities of Minnesota.
In episode 58 Scott and I talk about balancing an outdoor business with a full time job, decision making in outdoor leadership, and the regional differences between Maine and Minnesota with regard to geography and outdoor skills.
PHOTO: Scott (in back) and Sam Larson (in front) poling canoes in the Aroostook River during the 2012 Riverman course. An hour later it started raining and the water level rose several feet overnight.
It’s the first podcast of 2019 and Ed’s focused on ice fishing, even though the ice on New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee isn’t quite thick enough yet to be out on, especially not with any equipment. Still some of the smaller lakes are solid enough and plenty of fishermen are out Continue reading “Ice Fishing // The Woodsman’s Podcast, Ep. 8”