4 Mar 2016

Ice fishing huts of Canada

From Nine To Noon, 10:14 am on 4 March 2016

Ice fishing is as quintessential a winter activity in Canada as ice hockey, skiing and curling.

In temperatures as low as -20 Celsius, fishermen and women - but mostly men - head out onto Canada's many frozen lakes and bays, erecting temporary shelters, inside which they cut a hole in the ice and get fishing.

Toronto-based Richard Johnson has spent more than nine winters traveling to all of Canada's provinces photographing the quirky, personalised ice huts.

He talks to Kathryn Ryan.

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