Given that I don't ice fish all that often, my mind tends to associate it with tiny taps from little perch. Yes, I know ice guys—there are monster fish to be caught. It's all about location, and mind kind stinks. But believe me, I've seen the power and the glory of some giant Colorado lakers on the hardwater. They pulled, but not nearly as hard as a 150-pound halibut would pull. The whole idea of ice fishing on frozen saltwater still boggles my mind, and I do realize the places where it's done are few and very, very far north. Still, halibut are notorious for letting you get them right to the boat, then screaming right back to the bottom. That's what happened when angler Charles Gagnon-Brassard tied into this beast in northern Quebec. Five times it came to the hole, and five times it went back down.