Almost seems like an oxymoron to some when you say winter fishing. No, we don't catch frozen fish, but in some cases we all but freeze ourselves. So far we have had some very nice, mild days and the water hasn't frozen over too much. Mostly a light ice coating here and there along the edges of the ponds that melts by mid morning in the sun. Fish don't care, they still need to eat. The water temperatures are in the low forties on average. The shallow areas on these warmer days are warming up enough to . . .