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100 Days of Summer: Day 11-Go Boating

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Well, I’m taking the night off to re-coup a little. And I know I’m actually a day ahead: I posted once one mornaing and meant to schedule the after work post, but posted it in the evening instead. And I’ve kept caught up, even though I haven’t really gotten any ideas saved up.

So Here’s an easy one: Get the Boat Out. Go to Lake Milton, Berlin, Mosquito, Pymatuning State Park, Portage LAkes, Guilford Lake or any of the other area Lakes. Take your water skis, yourfishing poles, a picnic and the family. Have fun.

And, yes, I know the fishing page is in dire need of a makeover. it was one of the first pages I ever did and it kinda just sits there, getting no visits. I’ll start building it. I promise

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100 Days of Summer- Day 7: Go Fishing

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It’s always been hard for me to write about fishing. While I really enjoy fishing, it’s one of those things that just seems too natural to be a problem. It’stoo easy to grab a pole, a couple pieces of bait and find a spot to relax. To me, describing and promoting fishing is kind of like promoting TV: I really don’t have to do it, do I?

So, rather than point you to a local stream, or Misquito creek, or Lake Erie, how about I just point to  FishOhio’s Best Fishing Spots in Ohio for Now?

On A related note, Please tell me what you’d like to see here. I do a lot of Day Hikes, Some Camping, a little Lake Paddling, and have been doing some Geocaching. So If you have an Idea for Hunters, or ATVs, or anything else, let me know and we’ll post it.

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Ohio Fishing Survey

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COLUMBUS, OH – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife invites anglers to visit www.ohiodnr.com/creel to take a new online angler survey.

The online survey asks anglers to provide feedback on a variety of topics including: black bass regulations, usefulness of the division’s inland fishing forecast, limited access fishing at La Su An Wildlife Area, fishing at American Electric Power ReCreation lands, and fishing Ohio’s rivers and streams. Anglers will also be given the opportunity to provide general comments about fishing in Ohio.

The online survey will be available beginning May 3 and will run through September 30, 2010.  Responses to the survey are confidential. Information provided by anglers through the survey is vital to the successful management of Ohio’s fisheries and the Division of Wildlife encourages all anglers to participate.

Fisheries biologists use angler survey data in combination with biological data from fish populations to identify ways of improving fishing on Ohio’s inland reservoirs, lakes, rivers and Lake Erie.

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