Posted by: old_user on May-28-11 7:25 PM (EST)
I am a disabled Veteran and bought a yak last week to assist with exercise, it is a Eagle Run, Field and Steream 12' with a 500 lbs load capacity; I am overweight. From the point I bought it, till now I have been looking up and buying those things which I will need. Right now I am awaiting a car carrier and a easy kayak loading device (forgot the name). If the ezloader don't work, I'll have to buy a trailer. I want to do some fishing near where I live and maybe do some camp/yaking somewhere in the state. I am alone and will be alone. I plan on being alone. No friends here and that's that. Any ideas of places in Ohio where I can launch my yak and carry a lunch with a beverage in it to eat while in the yak? I went to Wallace Lake, in the metro parks of Ohio but they prohibit food and beverages in the yak. Also they have different fishing and boating regulations which I have been unable to find, I'll have to call them up on Tuesday. Ok, thanks.
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Posted by: Big_D on May-31-11 5:53 PM (EST)
Posted by: Jeep274 on Jun-05-11 10:00 PM (EST)
I just wanted to thank you for your service and sacrifice. I hope kayaking works out for you and you get a lot of enjoyment from it.
Posted by: Big_D on Jun-06-11 9:52 AM (EST)
You may want to look into a H.O.W. event as well. H.O.W. is Heroes On the Water. They set up kayak fishing events for disabled vets.