Lake Trout & White Perch Ice Fishing
Locavores! You have come to the right place.
Let us help you provide your own all-natural and fresh fish!
Please send booking requests to:
info @ TimMooreOutdoors.com (remove spaces)
TMO Owner and Ice Team Pro Tim Moore
with Lake Winnipesaukee white perch.
ABOUT OUR TRIPS
trips are as mobile as the weather and number of guests allow us to be.
Mobility is usually the key to staying on fish during the middle of the
day when fishing is usually the slowest. More clients, or inclement
weather, means less moving around.
When the weather is good, we will stay outside as much as possible and not set up a shelter.
When we have inclement weather (rain, heavy snow, high winds) we will set up our heated Clam
Six-Pack 1550 Mag portable hub shelter that easily accommodates three
anglers while fishing inside, or as many as six anglers not fishing
During inclement weather that prevents us from fishing outside, we will
set tip-ups and stay inside where it is warm and out of the weather.
WHAT TO BRING
Warm clothes; It is better to wear it and not need it. You can always remove layers if you get too warm.
Loose layers work best (tight
clothes restrict circulation and mobility).
Polypropylene or merino wool
is a great start.
Fleece vests help keep your core warm.
Finish it off with something waterproof like ski pants and a ski jacket, or...
Companies such as Clam Corporation
now make suits
specifically designed for ice fishing. The Ice Armor Edge Suit is
like wearing a portable fish house on the ice. They are worth every
pennie. We have one size medium Edge suit that we rent for $25 per day.
Scroll down to view a sizing chart to see if it will fit you.
Avoid cotton! They don't call it the silent killer for nothing. Wet or damp cotton draws heat away from your body.
GOOD BOOTS, GOOD BOOTS, GOOD BOOTS!
You will be standing on ice, your feet will get cold first and stay
cold the longest. We provide a portable fish house but do you want to
stuck in it all day?
Creepers for traction on ice. We have a limited number of cheap creepers that we can loan. You must tell us in advance if you need them.
Warm gloves or mittens (we prefer
loose fitting mittens like Ice Armor X-Mitts by Clam Outdoors) They are warm and
easy to take on and off when handling numerous fish.
Snacks and drinks. Hot chocolate is always a nice treat on a cold day and a good way to warm up.
Alcohol will make you get colder faster. If you're worried about being cold, we highly suggest not drinking alcohol the night before or during your trip.
A New Hampshire freshwater fishing
license is required by law and not included in your trip. You can
purchase a NH freshwater fishing license by clicking HERE.
We promote S.A.F.E. angling and encourage catch-and-release. We also love to eat fish and are not opposed to keeping fish to eat. If you plan
on keeping fish to eat you will need to bring something to put them in.
For more info on S.A.F.E. angling visit the recycled fish website.
Another great Lake Winnipesaukee
ice fishing trip
- Full Time Guide
- All Bait
- All Tackle (Jig rods, tip-ups, hooks, jigs, etc.)
- Transportation on and off the ice via snowmobile (as long
as ice conditions allow)
- Hand and foot warmers
- Portable Heated Fish House
- Access to all digital media taken
- 8 hours of fun...and fish
- All trips run from 7am - 3pm
TRIPS DO NOT INCLUDE
- Meals and lodging (we can make recommendations)
- Customary Gratuity
- Fishing License (required)
GUARANTEED FISH* or your second trip is free
(Full price trips only)