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.
March 18, 2014
April 15, 2014
May 20, 2014
June 17, 2014
July 15, 2014
August 19, 2014
September 16, 2014
October 21, 2014
November 18, 2014
December - Holiday Party TBA
With the exception of December, monthly meetings are normally held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Fish House Fish & Game Club on Fayville Rd. in Providence at 7pm.
The Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation Is Now On FACEBOOK - Like Us Today
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
GSLFF Members stocking trout in the Spring
The GSLFF is honored to be sponsored by the Mercury Marine MotorGuide Bronze Pro Team.
The GSLFF celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2014 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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Were getting our share of hot weather and the fish arebiting. As the water warms, fishing tactics change, trout often move deeper and the big pike bite of spring isover. This year, a lot of that bite was gone before the season started due to an early spawn. Of course thistime of year also means lower lake levels as well. Though this brings fish holding structure closer to thesurface of the lake, it also does the same with hazards. If you are in an area which you are unfamiliar, paycloser attention to danger buoys. You have heard me appeal in the past for members to step forward andoffer whatever kind of assistance they can with the group and it is more evident now than ever. Every yearwe see well intended groups serving our communities fade away as people wonder what happened. Wehave too much invested in our lake and as thousands of people fish it I question why we see the same groupof eight or ten people at meetings and contests. My dear friend, and what I believe to be our last foundingmember, John Wszolek passed in April which leads me to this ‘rant’ if you will. It just shows the agingmembership and lack of younger people who are interested in getting involved for the betterment of the lakefor themselves as well as the rest of us that fish it. For those who arent sure, send me an e-mail or call andbecome active now and come October when we stock walleye, you will see the satisfaction that the rest of ushave come to know.Tight Lines, Randy