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Archive for May, 2012

Vegetation – Friend or Foe?

Don’t be lulled into favoring aquatic vegetation with an attractive yellow flower.  One week, the three-foot diameter bed of ...

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Catfish Can Be Finicky Critters

Bob noted catfish have begun spawning rituals.  Males are seeking cavities where they can hide and protect eggs. During spawning ...

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Product Review

Our staff continually touts merits of aeration.  We’re entering the season when a professionally engineered system pays big dividends ...

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Why Can’t I Stock Crappie In My Pond?

Everyone loves to eat crappie and channel catfish so they top stocking lists for many ponds.  Unfortunately, most farm ponds ...

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From the Dock – June 2012

It’s “last call” for stocking ponds this spring! During fish deliveries last week, we observed surface temperatures to 87 degrees.  ...

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Why Don’t I Hear Many Bullfrogs?

With the focus most people have trying to grow large numbers of game fish, bullfrogs just can’t keep up.  ...

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Vegetation – Friend or Foe

Mild winter temperatures and a quick spring warm-up are ideal conditions for one of our most common aquatic plants—southern ...

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Product Review – Turtle Trap

Despite common stories, turtles don’t damage ponds, but can become a nuisance when overpopulating.  They can’t swim fast ...

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Effects of Summer Evaporation

Late April introduced us to a few 90-degree days and subtle reminder “dog days of summer” are near.  How does ...

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From the Dock – May 2012

While strolling the shoreline or sitting on a dock, you should be seeing fish on spawning beds and/or schools ...

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