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Dirty, sporadic work and good money.
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The Mark W. Barker is more innovative and versatile than the larger Lakers.
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Great Lakes managers re-visit fishing every year.
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A seasoned angler is Ohio’s first licensed Lake Erie kayak fishing guide.
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The initial surge of COVID-19 restrictions has led to growth at and newfound interest in state recreation sites.
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A new study says efforts to reduce harmful algae blooms by limiting phosphorous in Lake Erie could result in more toxic algae.
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Despite the fact the blue pike appears to be a dead end both scientifically and practically, it still regularly blooms anew in fishing forums and on social media.