Anglers take advantage of late-season ice
Most of the ice is gone from Lake Superior, but in a few places, there was enough left for some anglers on the North Shore to try their hand at catching a few more fish before the spring thaw was complete.
On Tuesday, April 10, at McQuade Small Craft Harbor, between Duluth and Two Harbors on Scenic Highway 61, several anglers and one pop-up ice house were out fishing for trout behind the breakwaters. Some were trying their hand at ice fishing, while others were casting lines into Lake Superior.
While their methods may have differed, everyone was hoping to get a late-season nibble before boats become the priority at the harbor in a few weeks.