Ice Fishing Scrapbook Ideas

Ice fishing can be a lot of fun and a great topic for a scrapbook. There are so many things that you can document when you go that you can include in a scrapbook for yourself or for others.

Some people participate in tournaments and derbies for fun while others ice fish to put food on the table. No matter what the reason, creating a scrapbook is a great way to remember it.

Tournaments and ice fishing derbies are fun in so many ways. You spend time with your friends or family, it’s a great way to make new friends, and the fish you leave with can be great.

There are several ways you can create a great scrapbook for ice fishing. Here are some suggestions you can use or go off of.

1. Pictures

When you go ice fishing, the pictures you take will be amazing. The scenery will be breathtaking. You may have ice as far as you can see, you will see snow covered trees, and frost on the leaves. You should also take pictures while you are fishing and what you catch. Even if you throw the fish back, take a picture before you release it. Take lots of pictures so you can include them.

2. Journal

Journal about the experience you had while you were fishing. Write down the conversations, the fun, and anything special that went on during your trip. Write about anything and everything that comes to mind during your outing.

When you start working on your scrapbook, include stickers, sayings, quotes, pictures, and your journal information. Look for paper that you can get that goes with ice fishing or fishing in general. Also look for embellishments that are specifically for fishing.

Ice fishing trips can be fun and while they are quiet, you can still make a great scrapbook that talks about everything that went on during your trip.

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4 thoughts on “Ice Fishing Scrapbook Ideas

  1. Fishing is a nice sport and it is a good past time too. I enjoy fishing specially during weekends.~`~

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