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Fishing on ice by Noel Vick

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The comprehensive Vexilar FL­8 SLT Pro Pack includes the head unit, Porta Case, Ice­Ducer, battery, charger, and a battery status indicator.  And the Genz brainchild also accommodates an optional adjustable arm and bubble mount for use with any pucktype transducers. Puck transducers aren't balanced, so an adjustable arm and bubble are required for straight shooting.  These strong 12­volt batteries produce plenty of power, but they're awkward, heavy, finicky in very cold conditions, and aren't designed for low amperage draws over extended periods of time.

These battery­powered lights furnish hands­free illumination, and they're quite affordable.  On the downside, electric lanterns produce no heat, only moderate light, and subfreezing temperatures can hinder their performance. Heat is best generated separately from light when supplying a large area.  Triple Heater gives off up to 42,000 BTU.  Heat­ shielded Handi­Heater models vary in output from 15,000 to 30,000 BTU.  Combusting heating and lighting sources absorb oxygen and can release harmful carbon monoxide, so adequate ventilation is of concern for permanent and portable shelter users.

So walleyes and other predatory fish species must contend for a dwindling forage base.  Anglers hope this occurrence results in more walleyes vying for baitfish in select and targetable locations.  The same is true for successfully tracking wintertime walleyes.  Their preferred grounds change according to cold­water periods that include early winter, midwinter, and late winter (more on this in a moment).  Conversely, factors such as a light­blocking snow cover and cloudy skies permit walleyes to frequent shallower terrain.

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