Bass Habitats Inserted into Lake

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation has approved a permit for the fishing organization known as Rutland Bass to provide woody habitats for fish in Lake St. Catherine. At up to 20 locations, trees and branches will be anchored to the bottom of the lake to provide such habitats. These will be in about 15 feet of water and there will be at least 5 feet of water depth above them. They are not expected to interfere with any recreational activities on the lake. The insertion of the trees and branches may be completed any time before November 1, 2015. All of the locations are around the perimeter of the big lake only.

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