For 2023 I'm unveiling a new lineup of laser-engraved maps of Western New York's Finger Lakes. Over the next few weeks, I will have all eleven Finger Lakes available in this style.
Otisco Lake, one of the major Finger Lakes, is approximately 5.4 miles long and 0.75 miles wide. On the first day of bass fishing season, usually around the end of the second week in June, an annual fishing derby is held.
This four-layer laser-engraved map measures 11.5" x 17.25" and contains the following layers: Lake-Blue painted MDF bottom layer, Golden Brown Maple main layer, Dark Rich Walnut frame, and "Otisco" in engraved maple.
I also offer this map without the Walnut Frame. The Lake Name is engraved in the same location on the bottom of the Maple Layer.
From Wikipedia: Otisco Lake's name may have been derived from the Iroquois name for the lake's outlet, Nine Mile Creek, Us-te-ke, meaning "bitter-nut-hickory". At least one older map, published in 1825, has the name spelled as "Ostisco". The name may also have been derived from the word ostickney, meaning "waters much dried away", or from the Onondaga word ostick, meaning "the water is low".