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Archive for September, 2011

From the Dock – October 2011

If your pond experience this season resembles most stories we’ve heard, you’ve shared anxious moments about the health ...

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Put a Smile on a Child’s Face

Lots of people can tell you how to stock a pond. But, not many people know how to wrap a ...

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Do Your Bass Have Enough to Reach Their Potential?

Folks often think their bass look thin and feed them five or 10 pounds of minnows.  It’s a noble gesture, ...

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Rainbow Trout Offer Fun Winter Fishing

Looking for a fun, winter fishing experience that will surprise family and friends, plus provide a memorable meal?  Do you ...

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What’s Happening In Pond Management – October 2011

If you’re a few years either side of senior citizen status, you have assimilated almost 100-years of history on ...

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Blue Green Algae Can Be A Serious Condition

Blue green algae ruined the rest of my summer.  Our 89,000-acre playground, Lake Texoma, recently was closed due to an ...

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Grubs And Leeches! Are They As Bad As They Sound?

You just landed a fish and noticed reddish spots near the tail. While removing the hook, you saw small specks ...

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Vegetation Management is a Science

Vegetation management is a science that requires professional analysis to achieve safe, successful results. The most important step is “accurately” ...

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Fishing Laws Change Along Texas-Louisiana Border Waters

Effective September 1, 2011, waters shared by Texas and Louisiana have standardized bag and size limits for game fishes listed below. Affected ...

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Got a Murky Pond? Part II

Last week, we determined your pond has suspended clay particles that prevent it from maintaining normal clarity.  A popular method ...

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