Local ice anglers find success at Pinhook Park
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Posted: Jan 29, 2019 5:48 PM EDT
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Some local anglers took advantage of the cold weather and went ice fishing at Pinhook Park in South Bend Tuesday afternoon.
"You might as well make the best out of it. You live in Indiana so you might as well find a way to enjoy the weather, whether it be sledding, tobogganing, or even just ice fishing," fisherman Carl Alwine said.
Alwine was fishing with his dad and a friend.
Although the Indiana DNR says it is never 100-percent safe to ice fish, you will need at least four inches of solid ice on a pond or inland lake.