ice shanty


ice shanty
ice shack

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • ice shanty — ice shanty, a hut that can be towed out onto the ice of a lake or bay and used by ice fishermen; ice house …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ice shanty — An ice shanty (also called a fishing shanty, fish house, bobhouse, or ice hut) is a portable shed placed on a frozen lake to provide shelter during ice fishing. They can be as small and cheap as a plastic tarp draped over a frame of two by fours …   Wikipedia

  • Ice fishing — is the activity of catching fish with lines and fish hooks or spears through an opening in the ice on a frozen body of water. Ice anglers may sit on the stool in the open on a frozen lake, or in a heated cabin on the ice, some with bunks and… …   Wikipedia

  • ice house — noun (esp formerly) a building for storing ice in • • • Main Entry: ↑ice * * * ice|house «YS HOWS», noun. a building where ice is stored and kept from melting. ice house, = ice shanty. (Cf. ↑ice shanty) * * * ˈice house 7 [ice house …   Useful english dictionary

  • Shanty — may refer to:* Ice shanty, a portable shed placed on a frozen lake * Sea shanty, shipboard working songs * Shanty Hogan (1906 1967), Major League Baseball catcher * Shanty town, unit of irregular, low cost dwellingsee also* Shanty Bay * Shanty… …   Wikipedia

  • ice|house — «YS HOWS», noun. a building where ice is stored and kept from melting. ice house, = ice shanty. (Cf. ↑ice shanty) …   Useful english dictionary

  • ice shack — a small shelter for ice fishing used as a protection against the weather. Also called ice shanty …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • shanty town — a collection of ice fishing shacks …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Matt Kennedy (ice hockey) — Matt Kennedy Born March 4, 1989 (1989 03 04) (age 22) Shanty Bay, ON, CAN Height …   Wikipedia

  • World of A Song of Ice and Fire — Westeros and across the narrow sea A Song of Ice and Fire location Creator George R. R. Martin Genre Novel Type Fantasy world …   Wikipedia


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