An avid fisherman, Dustin Rose said he has enjoyed the Licking River ever since he moved to Harrison County in 1999.
“When I first came to town, there was always somebody down there fishing,” Rose said about the state-maintained boat ramp at River Road.
Now Rose, along with a city-appointed committee, is trying to improve the river flow by fixing the A. Keller Dam.
“In dry years, without a good dam at A. Keller... you can almost walk across the river...” Rose said.
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