The high-profile, media-and-industry anglers will hit the ice in the morning for the first of three days. Ice conditions—usually measured in feet in this Minnesota-Canada border water—has good ice measurements between 12” to 20” and will set the stage for the Women Ice Angler Project #womenonice.
“Cyrus Resort has exceeded our expectations upon arrival,” said Barb Carey, Founder of WI Women Fish and organizer of the Women Ice Angler Project
“Our huge cabin is perfect for sitting by the fireplace and planning our attack tomorrow. The experienced guides told us the bite is on, and some big fish are being caught; nice walleye in addition to the chance to get on massive pike.”
The women anglers include: Clam Outdoors Ice Team Pros Barb Carey and Shelly Holland, outdoor writer Kristine (K.J.) Houtman, photographer Hannah Stonehouse Hudson, Clam power stick pros Bonnie Timm and Rikki Pardun, along with long-time fishing …Read the Rest