The New York Department of Conservation (DEC) will hold an informational meeting on Tuesday (February 12) in Homer on the current state of Skaneateles Lake’s fisheries.
The meeting will run from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Homer Intermediate School auditorium.
The formal presentation is expected to last about an hour. An informal question and answer session will follow.
At the meeting, the DEC will present summaries of the latest available fisheries research and management strategies and actions on Skaneateles Lake, including future management of the recently established walleye population and contributions from the Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program and Eastern Finger Lakes Angler Diary Cooperator Program.
Skaneateles Lake is one of the 11 Finger Lakes, a series of freshwater lakes in Central New York.
Most of the lake is located within Onondaga County, with portions in Cayuga and Cortland counties.