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Ray McMaster, of New Bremen, ice fishes on Lake Loramie on Tuesday, Feb. 2. McMaster was using a Vexilar sonar detector to know how close fish were to his bait. Three bluegills worth keeping sat in McMasters bucket. McMaster was fishing on 5 inches of ice but not too far away parts of the lake still had open water.

Ray McMaster, of New Bremen, ice fishes on Lake Loramie on Tuesday, Feb. 2. McMaster was using a Vexilar sonar detector to know how close fish were to his bait. Three bluegills worth keeping sat in McMasters bucket. McMaster was fishing on 5 inches of ice but not too far away parts of the lake still had open water.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ray McMaster, of New Bremen, ice fishes on Lake Loramie on Tuesday, Feb. 2. McMaster was using a Vexilar sonar detector to know how close fish were to his bait. Three bluegills worth keeping sat in McMasters bucket. McMaster was fishing on 5 inches of ice but not too far away parts of the lake still had open water.

Ray McMaster, of New Bremen, ice fishes on Lake Loramie on Tuesday, Feb. 2. McMaster was using a Vexilar sonar detector to know how close fish were to his bait. Three bluegills worth keeping sat in McMasters bucket. McMaster was fishing on 5 inches of ice but not too far away parts of the lake still had open water.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_SDN020421IceFish.jpgRay McMaster, of New Bremen, ice fishes on Lake Loramie on Tuesday, Feb. 2. McMaster was using a Vexilar sonar detector to know how close fish were to his bait. Three bluegills worth keeping sat in McMasters bucket. McMaster was fishing on 5 inches of ice but not too far away parts of the lake still had open water. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News