Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Public Meeting

Published March 6, 2018

Lake Shelbyville – On March 20th at 6:00 p.m., the Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Alliance will host a public meeting at the Lake Shelbyville Visitor Center to discuss the status and upcoming fish habitat projects. Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Alliance (LSFHA) is made up of fishing clubs, individuals, businesses, government agencies, and organizations looking to improve fishery at Lake Shelbyville. With the help of many, we had a highly successful year and a fantastic start, achieving many of our original goals! We would like to report these achievements and discuss our bright-looking future to improve the fishing quality at Lake Shelbyville. Topics for the meeting will include 2017 progress and financial reportings, 2018 goals and financial needs, a status update on the Friends of Reservoirs grant, a summary of the March 17 habitat drop, future cube building plans, and a meet and greet with the Lake Volunteers Association (LVA). The alliance has partnered with LVA for non-profit status and to ensure that all funds are spent on Lake Shelbyville fish habitat development. The Lake Volunteers Association is the cooperating association for the Lake Shelbyville U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

For more information, please contact Natural Resources Specialist Lee Mitchell at (217) 774-3951 ext: 7012, IDNR Fisheries Biologist Mike Mounce at (217) 345-2420 or Bob Kerans at (217) 414-0093. Hope to see you there!


Ashley Florey
217-774-3951 X7005

Release no. 18-058