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Joe Roberts of Osage holds up an odd catch on one of the season's final ice fishing trips, a white sucker that decided to eat a jigging spoon. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Spring ice fishing carries some risks

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When you spend numerous hours on the water, whether it's frozen solid or in flowing form, strange things are bound to happen.

In the past I've shared some of the odd occurrences that have taken place in the boat, but last weekend the ice provided some unheard of experiences.

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As the sun shone bright on Sunday afternoon, locals Joe Roberts and Mike Marjama shared an afternoon with me on Lake Emma.

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