GREAT SACANDAGA LAKE FISHERIES FEDERATION INC
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at the Fish House Fish and Game Club, 478 Fayville Road, Broadalbin, NY. All meetings start at 7 PM. Members are always welcomed and encouraged to attend.
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The Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation (GSLFF) was formed in February 1984 after several groups noted the need for one group to oversee the promotion and enhancement of the fishery of the Great Sacandaga Lake. Since this time, the group has collectively worked in many ways to enhance the fishery of one of the finest fisheries in New York State. In 1996, upon assuming a trust fund from the Red Bunch Fish & Game Club, the GSLFF incorporated as a federally recognized 501(c)(4) not for profit corporation. Contact us any time at email@example.com
GSLFF Members stocking trout in the Spring 2011
The GSLFF is honored to be sponsored by the Mercury Marine MotorGuide Bronze Pro Team for 2012
The GSLFF celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2009 and is looking forward to continued building of our membership while we keep focused on the enhancement of the lakes fishery. Don't be fooled by our name, the GSLFF's objective reaches much further than just the lakes fishery. We are very involved in many of the issues that face the lake in turn its fishery. We committed over 10 years in participating in and developing the Upper Hudson/Sacandaga Agreement of Settlement of which we are a signateur, member of the Great Sacandaga Lake Advisory Council and participated in the Hudson River Black River Regulating District Steering Committee. These are just some of our other commitments. Please support us in keeping a watchful eye on the lake and its fishery.
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Welcome to….almost spring. Actually the calendar says it is and trout season across New York is open although it is open all year on the Great Sacandaga Lake with a creel limit of 5 any size fish. Ice fishing is over and we wait for the anticipated opener of walleye and pike, both prized fish on the GSL. This winter did not disappoint as there were many respectable fish caught. Walleye in the 25”- 30” range, perch 14” to over 15”, the usual 40”+ northern pike and brown trout between 20” and 25” were often reported. It seems that in the past 5 years or so, people have contacted me and told me that baitfish were abundant and it seems it is being reflected in the sizes of catches. Could this be a result of a more stable lake level under the FERC agreement of settlement we were party to and I signed in 2000? There are still challenges such as a smaller class of zooplankton and of course the invasive spiny water flea. All these are reasons I urge everyone to be involved, be a member and if none of the above, let me know what anglers are seeing. Over the years we have built a myriad of resources of which to call upon and draw information from. The cooperation we have makes people realize that we are all in this together and we must continue to work that way.
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