- As ice forms on most of our New York waters this season, it is important to be aware of ice safety. A general rule is to make sure there is a minimum of three to four inches of solid ice before venturing out to your ice fishing location. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you walk out, fish with a buddy, and bring a rope and ice-picks. Lastly, use your best judgment when deciding to go out as ice conditions can change daily. Find out the conditions in an area near you by calling our fishing hotline numbers or reviewing weekly fishing reports found at www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/fishhotlines.html.
I have decide that I will be posting every day in this year of 2011
I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now. I will be posting on this blog once a day for all of 2011.
I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The DailyPost, and the community of other bloggers with similiar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can.
If you already read my blog, I hope you’ll encourage me with comments and likes, and good will along the way.
John J Dwyer Jr