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Great Sacandaga Lake stocked with walleye

The Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation Inc. were busy stocking over 4000 walleye in three areas of the lake on Thursday afternoon.  Here  Randy Gardenier,left, Chairman of GSL Federation Inc. and Dick Kedik, right, use 5 gal pales of walleye to stock the lake.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation Inc. were busy stocking over 4000 walleye in three areas of the lake on Thursday afternoon. Here Randy Gardenier,left, Chairman of GSL Federation Inc. and Dick Kedik, right, use 5 gal pales of walleye to stock the lake.
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For the first time in its history, the Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation on Thursday released walleyes into the lake, a move hailed as helping to promote the area’s fishing and tourism industry. “People have talked about it, they wanted walleye, but we could not get a permit for it. We got it now,” said Jack Smith, a member of the federation. “Walleyes are very good fish to eat, and they fight.” Smith said Sacandaga ...


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