It starts with your toes, and soon both feet feel like they're made of solid ice. Your fingertips go numb and your nose won't stop running. Your cheeks turn bright red and you're violently shivering... No, thank you.
Whatever activity you're doing, the moment you get cold, is the moment it stops being fun. When it comes to one of the best Colorado-winter pasttimes, staying warm is a key part of having a successful day ice fishing.
Below are the necessities I wear, and keep with me, while out on the ice. Stay warm and slay some fish y'all!
Moisture-wicking, seamless, comfy sports bra:
Moisture-wicking, warm, under-layer set:
Insulted and waterproof snow pants:
Insulated and waterproof ski jacket:
Heated socks -- battery powered and my favorite wintertime inserts in my rubber boots: