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    Hello, I was woundering if there is interest in a sub-forum in the fishing forum strickly for ice fishing. It would be nice if we could get this. Thanks

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    Thumbs up great idea

    Good point for all the hard water guys. Even if it is a 6 month thread for them to trade info during the hard water months
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    It sounds like a good idea, but we are trying to avoid getting too spread out. The topics in the fishing forum naturally turn to ice fishing as the water gets hard so I don't know if a separate forum would really be advantageous.

    I think if we had a fishing forum for each season, one simply wouldn't get used during the off season then things would reverse when the season changes.
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    I would say that with the changing of the seasons, as goes the thread topics in the forums. I'm not sure this would be needed, but maybe it would fill a gap....I dunno....

    *EDIT* Dang Rob, a little too slow, but sounds like we said the same thing.....

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    Thanks for the reply. I see what you are saying about getting to spread out, just seems the ice and river fishing are pretty spread out when looking through the post. In Jan. I am thinking about hardwater, not so much drifting eggs in July.
    Just thouht it would be nice to not deal with summer fishing when you only want to see winter fishing.
    I guess we can continue to weed through what post are of interest..

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