Despite one's familiarity with lakes, it's easy to misjudge safety of ice

Posted: Wednesday, January 14, 2004

In reference to Mr. Bill Twohy's letter of condemnation regarding the unfortunate circumstances our fine public servants found themselves while vigilantly upholding the fishing regulations of our great state, I find your lack of compassion and pompous arrogance beyond belief.

Only one who possesses the light-footedness of a bobcat or the ability to spread his wings in flight could possibly evade the fate of misjudging the safety of the ice regardless of thickness or familiarity with lakes.

"Let he who ventures onto the ice be sure that his ice auger is not thirsty."

Greg Gabriel


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