Ohio Game Fishing



Go Back  Ohio Game Fishing Community > Members List >

icebucketjohn's Profile

icebucketjohn icebucketjohn is offline

Senior Member

Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 10 of 13
  1. greg3891
    01-16-2014 06:41 PM
    greg3891
    Hey John long time no see, lol, just wandering how your doing on the ice, was out sat at east in front of bait shop and did pretty good. Heading out sat a.m. wondering how ice is and if any good fishing reports. Take care Greg
  2. greg3891
    01-06-2013 10:38 AM
    greg3891
    God bless you John, time will heal, but we will never forget. I know. Hope to see you on the ice soon. Greg
  3. Portage Lakes Bait & Tack
    12-19-2011 02:39 PM
    Portage Lakes Bait & Tack
    Hi John, I have your blades. Thanks
  4. yellowdog
    12-11-2011 08:01 AM
    yellowdog
    Hey John, was wondering if you got a chance to measure up that original box/ice sled in the basement? I'm not rushing you, I was just wondering. Thanks.
  5. icebucketjohn
    07-25-2011 02:39 PM
    icebucketjohn
    The City of Akron, Water Supply Division posted signs there along with the Norfolk & Western Railroad Company. (The Railroad spent months refurbishing the tressel). Both prohibit trespassing in the immediate area. One certainly takes the chance of getting a citation if you venture upstream, towards the dam).

    Contact the City of Akron, Water Supply Division, Plant Manager for further clarification.
  6. Rmelz
    07-24-2011 08:43 PM
    Rmelz
    Hey Ice. I've been trying to fing out everywhere but I haven't come up with any answers to my question. Can you park under the r.r. bridge on Ravenna rd, by the treatment plant? I want to fish the bridge there but I don't want to get in any trouble. I noticed there are no, no tresspassing, or no parking signs there. I talked to a portage county sheriff, and he said he wasn't sure.
  7. BASSINaDL
    03-22-2011 02:29 AM
    BASSINaDL
    ((((read from bottom post to top post, its sorta long))))
  8. BASSINaDL
    03-22-2011 02:28 AM
    BASSINaDL
    { 125} The trial court found that non-motorized boating did not create a
    credible threat to Akron’s water supply. State Route 14, which, according to the
    trial court, is a major truck route and heavily traveled roadway, runs across Lake
    Rockwell, destroying any characterization of Lake Rockwell as an Endemic pool
    untouched by the unclean hand of modern man. The court also found that public
    recreational boating is allowed on many other publicly controlled lakes that
    provide drinking water for Ohioans. The court concluded as a factual matter that
    “public non-motorized boating access to Lake Rockwell will not increase the likely hood of harm to the public water supply or Lake Rockwell.” I believe that
    the trial court got it right.
    RESNICK and LUNDBERG STRATTON, JJ., concur in the foregoing opinion.
  9. BASSINaDL
    03-22-2011 02:27 AM
    BASSINaDL
    { 124} The public has the right to use navigable watercourses. Pursuant
    to R.C. 743.17 and 743.25, a municipal corporation has the power to prevent or
    punish the pollution of its water supply. The record demonstrates that Akron’s
    prohibition of all navigation on Lake Rockwell is unreasonable. The prohibition
    on all boating does not bear a substantial relationship to public health, safety, and
    general welfare and is an improper use of Akron’s police power. Hudson v.
    Albrecht, Inc. (1984), 9 Ohio St.3d 69, 72, 9 OBR 273, 458 N.E.2d 852.
  10. BASSINaDL
    03-22-2011 02:26 AM
    BASSINaDL
    S{ 122} This court has not considered a navigability case like this before,
    in which a navigable watercourse has been dammed. Here, the trial court made
    the factual determination that the Cuyahoga River has a capacity for recreational
    boating both above and below Lake Rockwell. The majority’s citation of
    Lembeck v. Nye (1890), 47 Ohio St. 336, 24 N.E. 686, is inapposite. Like Ohio
    Water Serv., Lembeck is a case concerning an inland lake connected to no other
    navigable bodies of water.
    { 123} Lake Rockwell is the impoundment of the upper Cuyahoga, a
    navigable river. I would hold that the impoundment of a navigable watercourse is
    also navigable.

Feedback

Member Profile Recent Ratings
Feedback Score:
Positive Feedback:
0
0%
Members who left positive:
Members who left negative:
0
0
Total positive feedback: 0
View all feedbacks for icebucketjohn
  Past
Month
Past
6 Months
Past
12 Months
Positive Positive 0 0 0
Neutral Neutral 0 0 0
Negative Negative 0 0 0

About Me

  • About icebucketjohn
    Biography
    Lifelong conservationist, BS Fish & Wildlife M WVU, US Peace Corps Volunteer served in Colombia, SA
    Location
    Akron, Ohio -Portage Lakes Area
    Interests
    Backpacking, Gardening, Ice-Fishing
    Occupation
    Watershed Ranger, City of Akron
    Zip Code
    44203
  • Signature
    Ice Fisherman:"We're all shivering psychotic patients in the asylum of the frigid"

Statistics

Total Posts
Albums
Visitor Messages
Blog
General Information
  • Last Activity: 09-30-2014 03:51 PM
  • Join Date: 12-22-2005
  • Referrals: 1

Friends

Showing Friends 1 to 9 of 9

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 05:53 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Copyright 2014, Game Fishing LLC