Fishing the Cuyahoga River 50 Years After the Fire of 1969

In 1969, a fire that burned on the surface of a polluted Cuyahoga River caught the nation’s attention. For decades, the waterway was a dumping ground for industry and manufacturers. Aquatic life was all but non-existent. As part of ideastream's Cuyahoga River Comeback series, we stopped by the banks of the Cuyahoga to see how anglers are utilizing the river 50 years later.

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