Decorated Picnic Tables
A local artist and college student is making the picnic dinners at Indian Lake Ohio much more colorful. Using quality picnic tables that were built locally the artist is decorating the tables with colorful images and local families are thrilled. From sports themes to tropical forest the tables will add color to your yard.
Raw wood picnic tables deteriorate quickly and they need to be painted. If you are a gifted artist and a college student raising money for tuition and books, decorating the tables is the perfect solution. She is selling the tables for $295.00 each and is willing to customize tables for the customer. Click here to see more tables. For more information call (937) 407-5596.
St. Mary’s Of The Woods Festival
This festival this year will be held on the church grounds in Russells Point. Breakfast will be available in the morning, chicken dinners in the evening, games, rides, silent auction, cake wheel, food and beverages, and a grand raffle. For more information, contact St. Mary of the Woods Church at 937-843-3127.
Keels and Wheels Antique Car and Boat Show
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Indian Lake Has Fish
Noah Steed Catfish
Robert Miller 4.3 lb Bass
Earl Wisener 20 lb Catfish
Tiffany Kester 5.8 Saugeye
|Early season fishing has been good at Indian Lake. In addition to these larger catches many fisherman have been reporting good results around the lake. Good fishermen don’t usually give away their “sweet spots” and it is always a mystery where the big fish are caught.With an increased number of boaters who have migrated from Buckeye Lake and Lake St. Marys there appear to be more people fishing in the early tournaments. Pleasant weather has made spring fishing attractive and despite some light showers the weekend tournaments have been popular.|
No Wake Equals Idle – Ohio State Law
No person shall operate a vessel at greater than idle speed or create a wake within an area buoyed or marked as a “no wake” area.
Thousands of dollars of damage is caused to sea walls each year by boaters using excessive speed in “no wake” areas. This damage is the responsibility of individual property owners, not the State of Ohio. Excessive wakes near people fishing is extremely dangerous and very annoying. The lake is a shared resource for many types of recreation. Be considerate of your fellow boater.