August 28, 2013

IFW To Host Long Lake Informational Meeting

ST. AGATHA, Maine -- Anglers who enjoy fishing on Long Lake should mark their calendar for Tuesday night, September 10, as Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife fisheries biologists will hold an informational meeting to discuss the fisheries and management of Long Lake. The public meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall in St. Agathe.

IFW Regional Fisheries Biologist Frank Frost will lead a presentation focused on the current status of the Long Lake salmon and brook trout fishery. Frost will share biological data collected over the years, and explain how and why the data is collected. Frost is the lead fisheries biologist in the IFW Region G Ashland office.

After the presentation, there will be a question and answer period in an open forum. Along with Frost, other IFW fisheries biologists will be on hand to discuss questions about the Long Lake fisheries.