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Recreational Trends on Lake Ripley
Lake Ripley has changed over time, not just in an ecological standpoint, but also from the way people use the lake. Pottawatomie and Winnebago Native Americans would hunt and fish around its shores.

Lake Ripley became a small but popular summer resort area during the early part of the 20th century around the time when Ole Evinrude, founder of Evinrude Outboard Motors, tested some of his first engine prototypes on the lake.

With increases in the amount of people with access to the lake, the different ways in which people utilized this valuable resource developed and grew.

 
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