Monthly Archives: March 2012
Licking County parks, preserves and reserves are ideal places to enjoy and appreciate the natural beauty in Licking County, Ohio. There are dozens of activities you can enjoy amidst woodlands, meadows, streams, wildflowers, glacial deposits, wetlands, a historical mound, ponds, a covered wooden bridge, and sandstone!
Their parks offer trails, shelters, gathering facilities, recreation courts and fields, special event arenas and fields, protective havens for wildlife, and more.
This Community is the gateway city to Broken Bow Lake, Beavers Bend Resort Park, the Mountain Fork and Glover Rivers and the Ouachita National Forest.
Broken Bow is located in Southeast Oklahoma at the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains and home of the ever popular Beavers Bend Resort Park. Visitors from near and far come to enjoy the natural resources that have made Broken Bow thrive. This scenic area known for its luscious green forests and abundance of clear water provides a fun-filled environment for many popular outdoor activities such as canoeing, boating, hiking, bird watching, golfing, scuba diving, hunting, mountain biking, camping, horseback riding, four-wheeling, and all types of fishing.
Believe it or not, but fishing with a little bit of Hubba Bubba bubble gum on your hook will straight catch you a catfish! My grandmother use to always tell me this and I never believed it until i saw her do it and catch one after another! My grandfather and her were avid fishers and it was something they took seriously!
A few years ago, I was out on a small pond with my family and told a few of them to try it, I happen to have had some on me, and they didn’t believe it of course. So, I showed them! It worked and I couldn’t have been prouder than I was at that moment, thinking about how big of a smile my grandmother would have had on her face!
Try it folks, what do you have to loose!