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anglers now have a new fishing spot to check out this summer.
Last year, the city of Fremont and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources went
back and forth, debating whether to allow fishing at the Fremont Reservoir. Now,
fish are in the water and ready for catching.
After city council voted last fall to allow gas powered boats on the reservoir,
the ODNR stocked the waters with 93,000 yellow perch fingerlings and another
140,000 yellow perch fry this spring.
Officials say it's common in Ohio for cities
to use one body of water for drinking water and recreation.
"Everybody likes to fish
closer to home. They get off work, and they can drive 5 or 10 minutes to a lake
and be able to fish. You know, that works much better for everybody than to
drive for an hour or two hours to Lake Erie, or even the Ohio River," said ODNR District 2
spokesman Mike Wilkerson.
the addition of the new fishing site, ODNR has been working with local
officials to have the Ballville Dam removed. The removal of the dam would
significantly broaden the spawning area for walleye and white bass. That could
mean a walleye run similar to the one seen on the Maumee River on the Sandusky
"Somebody from the Toledo area
said, 'you guys keep that dam, we'll continue taking the tourism up at the Maumee
River," said Jerri Miller with the Sandusky
County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
There is no catch size minimum for yellow perch, so fishermen can wrangle them
in right now.