A day of ice fishing is rewarded with the trophy “Crocodile”.


In the only Saturday ice fishing of the season, Mark Kawa caught a 37.25″ northern pike (“crocodile”) from Masonia.

“Came to Finicky Fooler’s big shiner setup,” he emailed. “The ice was 3.5 to 4.5 inches for him, but the geese made it pretty thin in some areas. Nothing beats Trophy Pike in Illinois on the ice one day! rice field [Mark “Ike” Eichelkraut] and his daughter Gilly. “

Masonia is a pike spot. The Illinois record (26 pounds, 15 ounces) was caught on November 9, 1989 by Walter Krenzak from his pit on the strip in Kankakee County, now called Monster Lake in Masonia South.

FOTW, a celebration of big fish and their stories (as this article shows, stories matter) around Chicago fishing, is published Wednesday in The Sun-Times.Post online here It rises on different days of the week depending on what’s happening in the wide world outside.

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