Click here for today's column on the set up for the first Chicago In-Water Boat Show at 31st Street Harbor Thursday through Sunday.
Yeah, it was living large on the Chicago lakefront.
I am going to try to at least post links to columns here, along with the regular Stray Casts features.
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Have you done any articles or commentary yet on public access at the new 31st Street Marina? Specifically, if there is any shore fishing, if there is a nice public launch, and how much it will cost to launch there. Also, how's the parking?
Sorry if I already missed the article: if you could post a link to this topic, that would be great as well...
Scott, that is a great question. Last week, I mentioned I would do that once the construction is finished. Some late work by the construction guys have access cut to one fishing pier. The other will go in shortly. Once that work is completed. I plan to do a full story on it, because it should be state of the art. There were some neat things done here for shore fishermen. It will be interesting to see if the experiments work. If I had to guess, expect a column in about a month
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