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Are Fish Populations affected by Chemical Treatments
David Tyler, publisher of the Cazenovia Republican in Cazenovia New York appreciates and applauds the efforts of the Cazenovia Lake Association and the Lake Watershed Council in their efforts to maintain the health of the lake. With that said, he questions the effect of herbicide treatments on the size and number of fishing being caught.

A two-year program to treat Eurasian milfoil with herbicide has seemed to reduce and eliminate the aquatic invasive species in part of the lake, but the downturn in fishing and a fishkill event last summer has cause for concern.  He questions the timing of the events and speculates that perhaps the herbicides have caused the latest issues.

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