I agree, the locals need to be putting pressure on the government to make decisions with the economy in mind. Government works for us, not vice versa.I agree with Dan's comments that those sign are just on the side in case it fills up again. And what I don't understand are people who now say I will show all the locals and just pack everything and spend no local money when it opens. I believe it is the politicians making these restrictions and not the local businesses.
And we will continue to do our part by pushing to have out of state license and spring permits increased drasticallyLike someone else said...I'll be back next year, and I'll make sure to pack lots of food, camp in my truck, and buy all my tackle elsewhere. I'll miss casa las palmas but I'll get by. North Shore of OH doesn't want my money, fine, I'll keep it. Gooberment officials want to punish their own local business owners in addition to all the other downsides of the kung flu, have at it. In the future I'll spend my $$ at home and make the trek out there with my recently increased self-sufficiency.
Mazuricks was open and we launched there. Water was cloudy but fishable. Lots of marks S. Of Kellys but only catfish hitting this morning.Ed, wonder what's goin on. Did you end up launching at Mazurick's or another ramp? Let us know what you find out. Good luck fishing.
The signs were placed along the road and along the edge of the parking lot. Not 1 vehicle in the lot. Saw other people pulling in and leaving so we did to.Mazuricks was open and we launched there. Water was cloudy but fishable. Lots of marks S. Of Kellys but only catfish hitting this morning.