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Without turning this into a sob story, my 10 y.o. son has been getting chemo treatments for cancer in Columbus. He was hoping to go to a special camp this week for sick kids but he had a set-back and it looks like he can't go. My wife and I are planning on getting a cabin in Hocking Hills to make up for it this weekend. He likes to fish and I'm looking for a good place to take him fishing. I've got a small boat, a canoe and 4x4. Does Lake Logan have a lot of fishing pressure and is it worth it? Is there anything in the area that may be better? I might only have 2-3 hours depending upon his energy level to get him out there so I'll need to find a good spot and get all of the research done before I go so I can get a smile on his face. Thanks for your help.
 

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Im headed down there myself tomorrow, its my understanding that the Hocking is a bit high, so my efforts at least to start will be at Logan, if I can keep internet access I will report back if I have any luck at all.
 

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you may try rose lake at old mans cave.
i hope that everything works out good for your son.
 

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Tanker, I will take you and your boy ANYWHERE you want to go.

Just let me know. I live in Logan and fish a ton of different places from the hocking river to salt creek to wherever.

Send me a PM and we'll finalize the details if your interested.
 

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Thanks for the info guys. Unfortunately we have been stuck in the hospital since Sunday and we'll be lucky to get out before the end of the weekend. Hopefully we'll get down to Hocking Hills before the end of the summer.
 
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