ice fish
To fish through a hole cut into ice.

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  • ice|fish — «YS FIHSH», noun, plural fish|es or (collectively) fish. 1. any one of a group of translucent fishes of the South Atlantic: »One curious family of this order, the icefishes, includes species that have no circulating red blood (Scientific… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ice fish — noun 1. The capelin 2. Any percoid Antarctic fish of the family Channichthyidiae • • • Main Entry: ↑ice …   Useful english dictionary

  • ice-fish — v. [intrans.] fish through holes in the ice on a lake or river ice fish for perch Derivatives: ice fishing n …   Useful english dictionary

  • ice fish — ice cooled fish, iced fish as in commercial preparations. Not to be confused with icefishes (Nototheniidae, Channichthyidae) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • ice fishing — noun The sport of fishing through a hole cut in the ice. See Also: ice fish …   Wiktionary

  • Ice fishing — is the activity of catching fish with lines and fish hooks or spears through an opening in the ice on a frozen body of water. Ice anglers may sit on the stool in the open on a frozen lake, or in a heated cabin on the ice, some with bunks and… …   Wikipedia

  • Fish House Punch — is a strong, rum based cocktail containing containing rum, Cognac, and peach brandy. The drink is typically served over an ice block in a punch bowl and garnished with lemon slices.HistoryThis most venerable of American flowing bowls is held to… …   Wikipedia

  • Ice blasting — is the use of explosives to break up ice in rivers, greatly aiding navigation systems. This is done during the spring when snow is melting and river ice is breaking up. There is always a chance that the ice flows could collide creating an ice jam …   Wikipedia

  • ice fishing — ice .fishing n [U] the sport of catching fish through a hole in the ice on a lake or river …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fish processing — Introduction       preparation of seafood and freshwater fish for human consumption.       The word fish is commonly used to describe all forms of edible finfish, mollusks (e.g., clams and oysters), and crustaceans (e.g., crabs and lobsters) that …   Universalium

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