Sometimes, ice activities can be mostly uneventful, but other times, you can come across things that make you go “hmm”.
The fish popsicle, pictured below, was discovered by a family in December of 2010 while they were ice skating in Norway. According to a blog entry at awaytonorway.blogspot.com, they noticed an immobile fish and cut the block of ice out. That is quite an interesting discovery. But, how on earth could this happen? I would imagine the fish was still for some time–a little too long!
Let us know how you think this fish became a popsicle by commenting on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/montanaoutdoor! Merry Christmas Eve, and good luck if you’re doing some ice angling today!
(photos via xaxor.com)
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