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It’s walleye time! Ohio Lake Erie fish report Oct. 19-21

It’s Fall Brawl time on Lake Erie! Catch the biggest walleye in the Ohio waters of Lake Erie in the Fall Brawl and win a $100,000 boat. Anglers are making good walleye catches along the Cleveland shoreline after dark as the weather cools.   Of course, there’s more to catch than walleye. A growing number of steelhead have…

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Stand-up paddling still growing

People are still jumping on stand-up paddleboards — and the paddling bandwagon. At Nalu Stand-up Paddle and Surf in Rocky River, outings and rentals are up 30 percent in 2018, compared to last year. And owner Bill Cochrane thinks the sport will keep on growing. See the full story on cleveland.com. Buying a stand-up paddleboard:…

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Bratenahl mansion steps from Lake Erie: House of the Week

This four-bedroom, six bathroom mansion sits on more than an acre in the exclusive Colony community in Bratenahl. It was built in 2005 and is priced at $899,500. Steps from the lake, the property on Bingham Lane has Nine Mile Creek running through it. The 4,000-square-foot home features a bright office, three-season screened porch with…

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6 gorgeous spots to get married on Lake Erie: Romance the Lake

You can’t beat Lake Erie as a backdrop for your wedding. Ceremony or reception, casual or formal, the north coast of Ohio has plenty of options. See six spectacular spots, from Vermilion to Geneva-on-the-Lake. Romance the Lake is a RocktheLake series brought to you by Peter & Co. Jewelers in Avon Lake. Throughout 2018, we’re bringing…

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Lake Erie paddlers form Ohio Surfrider chapter

They did it! Lake Erie stand-up paddlers and surfers have created a Northern Ohio chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, to help clean up Ohio rivers and lakes. See the full story on cleveland.com. See the Facebook page here, and find out about the Oct. 17 meeting. Paddlers want to form Surfrider Foundation Cleveland chapter  …

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Lake Erie’s 2018 harmful algal bloom less severe than expected

Despite a forecast for a harmful algal bloom more severe than in 2016, the annual plague of Lake Erie remained relatively small this year. The bloom wasn’t smaller because of decreased phosphorus and nitrogen in the lake. So as the bloom season ends, scientists are studying the lake dynamics — from wind direction to wave…

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