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ICE HOLES – The Lodge!

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

ICE HOLES

The Lodge

On Location with ICE HOLES Series Creator Steve Marsel

©2104 Steve Marsel  ICE HOLES - The Lodge!

©2104 Steve Marsel ICE HOLES – The Lodge!

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, January 18th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 101- “King of the Lake”. This is a big “shout-out” to Peter Muse, “Captain Bob” Myshrall, and James Taylor at the Lodge!  The Lodge is arguably the best looking “Bob-house” on the east coast.   I owe a great debt to these three gentlemen.  They gave me some of the best material I could have ever dreamed for while I was shooting the original “sizzle reel” for ICE HOLES, the called “On Thick ICE”.  It was their willingness to help along with their generosity of support and trust that helped get the project off the ground.  I am very appreciative of their efforts and will always be indebted to them.   ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

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ICE HOLES – Wade & Alex

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer

Behind the Scenes with ICE HOLES Series Creator Steve Marsel

Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer On Set

Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer On Set

Wade & Alex – On Set with the Crew

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, January 18th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 101- “King of the Lake”. Although Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer didn’t know each other much before filming of ICE HOLES, they became fast friends. They are both easy-going “free” spirits who know the value of having a good time and make it a priority every day.  Their exuberance for life is apparent and it’s infectious.  It comes across to everyone they come in contact with. Although their roles in the series was to connect with a younger audience, their shenanigans play a huge role in the success of the series.   ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

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ICE HOLES – Welcome to Meredith

Monday, June 16th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Welcome to Meredith Bay

Behind the Scenes with ICE HOLES Series Creator Steve Marsel

Welcome to Meredith bay, Meredith, NH. The home of "ICE HOLES"

Welcome to Meredith bay, Meredith, NH. The home of “ICE HOLES”

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, February 8th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 104 – “Party on Ice”. The Great Rotary Ice Fishing Derby Meredith is one of the biggest winter events in New Hampshire. Presented by the Meredith Rotary Club, this event brings ice fisherman from across the country to Meredith for a weekend of fun, fishing, and seeing what your tolerance for cold and frostbite is. In the end, the payoff is being one of the lucky few who gets to experience the pride of having their catch hung up on the wall of fame, and winning an amazing grand prize.  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

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ICE HOLES – A Private Conversation

Monday, June 16th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Todd Downing & Rick “Wob” Warbin

Behind the Scenes with ICE HOLES Series Creator Steve Marsel

A "Private" Conversation

A “Private” Conversation

Todd & Wob – Having a  “Private” conversation

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, January 11th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 101- “King of the Lake”. Todd Downing & Rick “Wob” Warbin  having a “private” conversation. There is basically no such thing as a “private” conversation while on set.  Everything is fair-game for content to film and record.  There’s a fair amount of truth in that statement!  Working in theses conditions everyday in the freezing cold takes a special kind of person.  There’s no getting way from it.  You are followed everywhere,  Every interaction is potentially part of the story.    It’s not easy on the guys, but there two are patient, and cooperative.  They’re “usually” – very professional!   ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit http://www.stevemarselstudio.com

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ICE HOLES – Wade & Alex

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer

Behind the Scenes with ICE HOLES Series Creator Steve Marsel

ICE HOLES characters Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer Clowning Around In-Between Scenes

ICE HOLES characters Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer Clowning Around In-Between Scenes

Wade & Alex – Clowning Around

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, January 11th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 101- “King of the Lake”. This was the morning after some unusually warm weather for January, here we see Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer in a light moment.  Catching these guys in a light moment was not a rarity!   They’re both up-beat, and generally always in a “good mood”.  They explain this by telling whomever asks “it’s noon somewhere!”  There’s a fair amount of truth in that statement!  Working in the freezing cold from 8:00am to dark every day takes a special kind of person.  It’s not all grins and giggles.  These guys have heart, they work hard, and they are funny as all get-out!!  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit http://www.stevemarselstudio.com

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ICE HOLES-Sunrise on Winnipesaukee

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Sunrise – Lake Winnipesaukee

ICE HOLES- Sunrise on Lake Winnipesaukee, Meredith, New Hampshire

ICE HOLES- Sunrise on Lake Winnipesaukee, Meredith, New Hampshire

Sunrise – Lake Winnipesaukee

Shot near Meredith Center on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel is of  the  “shanty town” where shooting was taking place.  It was taken on Saturday January 18th, 2014 near Meredith Center on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 102  “Now We’re Cookin”.  A light snow had fallen the night before and the light winds would pick the dry flakes up into the air and create halos around the sun.  In the distance you can see the film crew lined up like solders.  Being out on the ice like that early in the morning, especially after a fresh snow is really delightful, so pristine.  In this episode the guys find some time to relax on Lake Winnipesaukee during their break from competition.  Meredith New Hampshire is a great place to visit!  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit http://www.stevemarselstudio.com

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ICE HOLES – The Morning After

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

ICE HOLES

The Morning After

Behind the Scenes with Series Creator Steve Marsel. Unseasonably warm weather and rain freeze overnight.

Newly frozen ice the morning after a warm rainstorm.

Newly frozen ice the morning after a warm rainstorm.

Flash Freeze – The Morning After

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, January 11th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 101- “King of the Lake”. This was the morning after some unusually warm weather for January, and a day-long rainstorm that sometime looked like the mist in London.  The storm created a layer of slush on top of the frozen lake that made for miserable conditions for the cast and crew.  That night the temperature dropped to below 30F and the slush froze.  It created a beautiful visual effect, but was treacherous for walking and several members of the cast & crew fell.   In this episode the guys try their best to catch the big one.  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit http://www.stevemarselstudio.com

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ICE HOLES – King of the Lake

Friday, June 13th, 2014

ICE HOLES

King of the Lake – Weigh-In!

ICE HOLES - ICE HOLES Behind the scenes at The King of the Lake Derby

ICE HOLES Behind the scenes at The King of the Lake Derby

Wade & Alex weigh-in!

Shot on Lake Winnipesaukee, Meridith, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel is of cast members Wade Bigelow & Alex Plummer. It was taken on Saturday January 18th, 2014 in Meredith, New hampshire on Lake Winnipesaukee.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 101- “King of the lake”. This was the first annual “King of the Lake Derby” to take place in Meredith New hampshire.  All derbies start out small and build in size and stature over time.  Certainly with the national publicity that this first time derby has garnered by being on The National Geographic Channel through this new TV series “ICE HOLES”, this derby is off to a great start!  It’s a great opportunity to get off to a running start!  In this episode the guys try their best to catch the big one.  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit http://www.stevemarselstudio.com

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ICE HOLES – Joshua Leiter Going Big

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Cast Member Joshua Leiter

ICE HOLES - Cast Member Joshua Leiter

ICE HOLES – Cast Member Joshua Leiter

Cast Member Joshua Leiter

Shot near Weirs Beach on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel is of cast member Joshua Leiter was taken on Saturday March 1st, 2014 near Weirs Beach on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 107- “Going Big”. In this episode Wob and Todd dig a giant ice hole to get an edge over Donk and Josh, who are ahead by one fish.  Joshua is a very important character in the success of this series.  Being the antagonist, the series hardly works without his comic relief.  He’s really one of the most believable characters!  It was hard to imaging how his personality would fit in this mix, but he certainly makes his contribution the the show’s success!  Thanks to Joshua for being a part of the show!  CE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit http://www.stevemarselstudio.com

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ICE HOLES – Wade Bigelow & Bubbles

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

ICE HOLES

Cast Members Wade Bigelow & Bubbles

ICE HOLES Production Stills

ICE HOLES Cast Members Wade Bigelow & Bubbles

Shot at The Birches in Rockwood Maine

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel is of cast members Wade Bigelow & Bubbles was taken on Moosehead lake on Saturday, Friday, February 1st, 2014 at The Birches in Rockwood Maine.  Bubbles gets “cold feet” from walking on the ice and takes advantage of Wade’s close proximity to the ground to warm up his paws.  Having a dog as a character in a Reality TV series is a great idea.  Bubbles adds comic relief and a sense of man’s connection to animals in the great outdoors!  People really LOVE Bubbles!  This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 103 – “Wade’s World”. In this episode Wade invites Alex, Wob, Todd and Josh up to his house on Moosehead Lake for some togue fishing, but it’s no quiet weekend in the country. ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

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