Went out and met my buddy out on Union last night. Only fished for two hours with no success. Had a walleye on while we were setting up everything but hadn't unpacked the gaff yet so it got off while trying to pull it up on the ice. Looked to be a keeper but not much bigger. Hit came on a gold airplane jig with a walleye minnow. No other hits after that but was marking massive schools of baitfish that would move through every couple of minutes. We had put about 12 holes in the ice around the shantie looking for the fish but no luck. About an hour after sitting in the shantie the ice let the pressure loose from us putting all the holes out there. At least a 50 yard circle around the shantie dropped about 2 to 3 inches down pushing water up through the holes and creating a 50 yard circle of water on the ice. Man was my wife mad after having to wash my soiled long johns from that experience. My friend having grown up on Lake Sherwood had to tell me multiple times that this is normal but I have been ice fishing for years and have never had such a large chunk of ice drop like that. Doesn't help matters when you are sitting over the top of 80 feet of water when this happens either.