The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will treat waters inhabited by juvenile sea lampreys in Catharine Creek Canal from Montour Falls Marina to the mouth at Seneca Lake. By effectively controlling sea lampreys, managers can reduce mortality rates for fish they prey upon, especially lake trout, rainbow trout, and landlocked salmon which are some of the more popular fish in Seneca Lake. Read the full story by The Chronicle-Express.
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