Town Hall Recap: Fishery, Lakes, Tributaries

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Written by Anthony Morelli

On April 9, 2019

 

More than 60 attendees turned out for the Town Hall Meeting on March 23rd, 2019 to take part in interactive discussions on Fishery, Lake, and Tributary-related topics. Jon Reedy, Co-Chairman of the Lake Committee, which sponsored the event, led the meeting and introduced special guests.

Steve Fender of Fender’s Fish Hatchery, the Ohio-based company that stocked Lake Holiday with 860 smallmouth bass and 340 walleye last year, spoke on Fishery Management, Stocking, and Harvest.

Mike Hartshorne of Princeton Hydro gave a presentation on Water Quality Sampling Results from 2018 and discussed Best Management Practices for the upcoming summer season.

Both speakers fielded numerous questions from the audience. One topic that generated a lot of interest was the installation of Floating Wetland Islands as a potential future project for multiple ecological benefits including control of algae growth, providing a habitat for fish, and erosion impacts.

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