Nice pics. Last season I had as much fun cruising the lake as I did tearing up the tracks. Just a little public service announcement with some local (20 yr) knowledge. This is one area no local will be found traveling as it's always very thin or open where the "big hole" (background) empties into the lake. DO NOT travel anywhere near this are. See the sign? Ben's a little lucky. I stay at least 1/4 mile from this area on good ice. The same can be said for the canal by Suples marsh. If you enter always do so from the far west right along the shore. If you come from the east make your path at least 1/2 mile off shore, go west then south to the shoreline and enter. The FdL waste treatment plant pumps the "treated" water right near the eastern corner of that canal so it's always open and thin. Winnebago is a fickle lake. It's freezes quick but also opens up quick esp if the wind helps with cracks etc.