60 years of ice fishing in Lake Elmo

The Lake Elmo Lions Club hosted its 60th annual ice fishing contest on Lake Jane Feb. 5. A cold blast days before contest ensured the ice was thick enough to be safe. The first place winner was Timly Moua, who brought home $300 with a 3 lb. 9 oz. northern pike. Second place ($200) went to Angie Davidson, and third place ($100) went to Braiden Ziertman. The $1,000 grand prize winner was Glenn Bergman. The youngest participant was 3-month-old Brayona Henning. The oldest was Bob Sitko. The farthest travelled was Collette Henke, who came from Honolulu, Hawaii. (Submitted photo)
The Lake Elmo Lions Club hosted its 60th annual ice fishing contest on Lake Jane Feb. 5. A cold blast days before contest ensured the ice was thick enough to be safe. The first place winner was Timly Moua, who brought home $300 with a 3 lb. 9 oz. northern pike. Second place ($200) went to Angie Davidson, and third place ($100) went to Braiden Ziertman. The $1,000 grand prize winner was Glenn Bergman. The youngest participant was 3-month-old Brayona Henning. The oldest was Bob Sitko. The award for traveling farthest went to Collette Henke, who came from Honolulu. (Submitted photo)