A familiar scene across the state in the winter time are ice fishing huts on a frozen lake. This sight has been few and far between in the south and central areas of the state, but the Wisconsin northwoods sector, as usual, has seen cold enough temperatures most of the winter to keep the water frozen. Pretty soon, the ice will be gone and it will be time for regular fishing and spring and summer water activities like canoeing, whitewater rafting, and kayaking.
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