The Most Unbelievable Fishing Story I Ever Heard

It was this big! The fish.

This is one of those fishing stories that can only happen to maybe one in a million anglers. This is something that happened to a friend of mine. You may have a hard time believing it, but I assure you that this story is True. The story:

The Most Unbelievable Fishing Story I Ever Heard

One Spring my friend Jonny, his father, and his brother went ice fishing at a local lake (Quartz Lake, Alaska). They were fishing shallow, in about 3-4 feet of water.  After a while Jonny’s father and brother decide to take a little break. They leave their ice fishing poles and grab a cup of coffee. Then Jonny’s dad says to Jonny’s brother, “Hey, where is your fishing pole?”. Jonny’s brother looks around and says, “I don’t know.” At that time, Jonny is looking into his ice fishing hole and sees a line moving across the bottom. He hooks it with his jig and starts pulling it up. He pulls up his brothers fishing pole and the fish that pulled it under. No Way! Everyone started laughing in amazement. It was a nice little (about 11″) fish that pulled the fishing pole under the ice.

So far, that is the most amazing and most unbelievable fishing story I have ever heard. If you have an amazing/unbelievable fishing story post it in the comments section or email it to me. I would be happy to post it on this blog.

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Discussion

  1. MNAngler

    That’s a pretty good story, but it doesn’t compare to this one: http://www.journalofamnangler.com/2010/01/20/amazing-ice-tale/

  2. Mel

    Just found your blog this evening from over on Fishing – With – Dad! Read several posts and really like what I see. I will be back for more!

    I have added your blog to my BlogBuddies page over on my blog. Stop over and say hello when you get a minute. Let’s share some readers.

  3. Kevin Jones

    I love your blog and have added it to my blog roll on forthefisherman. Keep posting and I will keep following! I found you through BlogCabinAngler (mel)

    Thanks

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