Adirondack History Museum will host “Adirondack Salmon Fisheries,” a lecture by Donald F. Lee on Thursday, August 12th. The lecture will focus on the salmon species and salmon fisheries in the Adirondacks.
Don Lee is a Charter member of Lake Champlain Trout Unlimited Chapter and has devoted many hours teaching youth about the Salmon’s life cycle and how important they are to the environment. Salmon fishing, and the fish itself, are a true passion of Lee’s, along with fly fishing.
Doors open at 6:30, the lecture will begin at 7 pm. Seating is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. The Adirondack History Museum is located at 7590 Court Street in Elizabethtown.
For more information visit the Adirondack History Museum website.
Photo of salmon courtesy Concordia University.