You’re invited to the black crappie regulations review virtual public meeting for Highlands County
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will host a virtual public meeting for Lake Istokpoga, Lake June and other Highlands County lakes on Jan. 12, 6-8 p.m. ET. The objective of the conversation will be to gather stakeholder input on current black crappie regulations and will focus on statewide opinions, as well as resource specific regulations.
The meeting will be conducted via Microsoft Teams. In order to participate, each person will need a computer with a camera and internet access or a smartphone or tablet with the Microsoft Teams App downloaded. A link will be emailed prior to the meeting and each participant will simply click the link to join the meeting. There will be 20 spots available for each meeting. If you would like to attend and participate in black crappie management in Florida, send an email to Crappie@MyFWC.com no less than two days before the meetings and provide your name, email address, phone number and which meeting you would like to attend.
If you have questions about these meetings or the Black Crappie Management Plan, send an email to Crappie@MyFWC.com. Go to MyFWC.com/crappiemanagement for the full list of meetings.