Fish Popsicles? It Happens!
By angelamontana

Posted: December 25, 2013

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)