Definition of ice-fish in English:

ice-fish

Syllabification: ice-fish

verb

[no object]
Fish through holes in the ice on a lake or river: ice-fish for perch
More example sentences
  • I went ice-fishing and ate a reindeer for dinner.
  • He told me that when he was working with the couriers, the Inuit taught him how to ice-fish.
  • Polar Circle will arrange a non-diving day and take you round the local villages, teach you to ice-fish, take you skiing or on snowmobile trips.

Derivatives

ice fishing

noun
More example sentences
  • For ice fishing, add accessory sidewalls and a small heater.
  • To survive in the winter you had to engage in ice fishing or big-game hunting, both of which are very complex activities.
  • Here you'll find 125 km of cross-country ski trails, ice fishing, sledding, guided ecological tours, snowshoeing, climbing and more.

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