BIGFORK – If you don’t want to wait until spring to start fishing, Fish, Wildlife and Parks is hosting a women’s ice fishing workshop Feb. 8-10 at Peterson Lake.
A $100 fee pays for all fishing gear, food and two nights lodging at a camp on the shore of Peterson Lake near Bigfork.
The workshop is sponsored by FWP’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Program.
Beginner and intermediate anglers are welcome. Activities include learning to use ice fishing rods, tip-ups, ice augurs and sonar fish finders. Participants don’t need a fishing license.
For more information, call BOW coordinator Liz Lodman at 406-444-9940 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for an online registration form.
Near Bigfork, MT
Don’t sit inside waiting for the long winter months to pass by. Put on some warm clothes, get outside and try ice fishing. This workshop is at Big Sky Bible Camp with a very short walk to Peterson Lake. You’ll learn to use ice fishing rods and tip-ups and other gear like ice augers and sonar fish finders. The workshop is for beginner and intermediate anglers and includes some optional indoor activities and night fishing. The registration fee includes all your fishing equipment, 2 nights lodging dn meals from Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast.
- Beyond BOW Ice Fishing Brochure ( 857 KB)