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Friday, April 19th, 2024

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Friday, April 19th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Two large fish habitat projects finished at Sayers Lake in Pennsylvania

Newly constructed stone framed deflectors have reclaimed the shoreline and created better fishing access near the Winter Boat Launch. (Photo by Mark Nale)

Two large fish habitat projects were completed during the winter drawdown at Sayers Lake in Bald Eagle State Park, Centre County. Anglers will reap rewards for years to come.
Sayers Dam, an Army Corps of Engineers’ flood control facility, is drawn down 20 feet every winter so that it can retain more water if a flood should hit the area due to snowmelt or heavy spring rains.
The dam is being slowly refilled now and should be at summer level by the end of May.

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