I'm going to go scout now, since we've had so much rain. It looks like the
Sandusky is about 2 feet too high to safely work (USGS Data), but since I'm
not familiar with it, I need to see if this is the case. The good news is,
we have a couple days for that water to get out of there before Saturday.
Summer "floods" go away quickly.
The proposed meeting on Saturday will be at the Wolf Creek Park Picnic area
at 10:00 am. It's the first entrance to the park as you head south on Route
53. Pretty straight shot... Just take the turnpike and get off at the Rt 53
exit, head south.
I'll also check the campgrounds to see about mosquitos and wether to bring
along that platform you were always thinking about building for your tent ;)
More later tonight...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Todd Crail" <farmertodd_at_buckeye-express.com>
Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 8:17 PM
Subject: Fw: Short Notice Fishing Extravaganza...
> >Greetings Ohio NANFAns,
> > Well... The invite is seriously late, and I appologize for that. I
> > have just planned myself instead of getting my wife involved in this
> > Those were unreasonable expectations for me to have ;)
> > This weekend, Friday July 11th-13th, we will be in Sandusky County for
> > camping and fishing fun. We're going to camp at the Wolf Creek Park,
> > located on Route 53 just south of Fremont. The campgrounds are right on
> > Sandusky River and have multiple habitats in the area adjacent to
> > In addition, if you were ever thinking of looking for Bowfin... We're
> > a short drive of _prime_ Bowfin country off Sandusky Bay or up at East
> > Harbor State Park (I just detect a disturbance in the force from
> > where Binkley is right now ;)
> > I think those of us going all weekend will swing up to East Harbor
> > evening just to get a shower... ;) Might be a nice place for a
> > beach stroll at sunset (Yes, your spouses are invited too! Mrs. Crail
> > Mrs. Zarlinga have already commit to coming :)
> > Camping facilities are primitive at Wolf Creek. For more info about the
> > campsite, please surf on over to: http://www.scpd-parks.org/parks.htm
> > As you can see from that map, Fremont is very close by and offers a
> > of hotel accomodations in all price ranges, if camping really isn't your
> > bag. OR.... You can always just come up for one of the days. It's your
> > call! We'll have a cell phone somewhere with us so we will always be
> > locatable.
> > So, if you're interested in going, please let me know by Friday morning.
> > will be heading that way around noon, so I'll be gone from contact for a
> > little while. I'll be reserving as many campsites as are necessary and
> > should be joining up with Mr. Zarlinga sometime in the afternoon (who
> > have a phone). We'll probably be scouting about a bit Friday evening,
> > we'd love to have anyone come join us!
> > Again, you can always email me, or call 419-539-8610 to talk on the
> > Hope to see you out there!
> > Todd
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