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Safety first!!!

There are tons of ways to fish and you can get real bogged down with what types of lures & jigs to use. So the advice Fishinlooney gave you is real sound advice. If you can't find someone to take you along who has the gear and experience there are plenty of guides who do ice-fishing trips. Money well spent to learn from someone who does it for a living, has all the gear and will usually supply you with a sandwich or two for your hard earned dollars.

Meanwhile there are thousands of videos on YouTube you can watch to gain more knowledge and tips on what to use and "how to".

Good Luck and BE SAFE!!!!
Best advice yet. Check this link out of Nate Zelinsky's Tightline Ice Fishing classes....well worth the money for an ice newby!!!

http://tightlineoutdoors.com/ice-school/
 

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If you have room in your boots get some toe warmers, you can get a big box of hand/toe warmers at Costco for pretty cheap.
 

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also...I bought a pair of these last year and love them, found them at Murdoch's!
http://www.muckbootcompany.com/category/mens-cold-weather-boots

Muck boots...extremely light weight like the old kids moon boots to increase on ice mobility if you cover a lot of ice drilling or hike in...as waterproof as it gets for the foot of slush granby can get since they have models that come up to your knees...and boots rated from 40 to 60 below zero...I had never heard of them and then I came across a pair in a store up in Fairplay one of the most pleasant surprises I have come across...

http://www.muckbootcompany.com/category/MENS
 
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