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Here’s Why They Are Called–LARGEMOUTH Bass

Beginner pondmeisters often ask how largemouth bass got their name. Little explanation is required when we share adjacent photos. #gallery-2 { ...

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Product Review – Current Heat Prompts Air Quality Advisories Those Warnings Also Apply To Water Quality

Headlines among our industry are alerting pond owners to closely observe conditions, especially around sunrise when oxygen levels are at l ...

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How Do I Know If My Bass Are Overcrowded?

After an electrofishing survey, if the live well is full of only 8 to 12-inch bass–your bass are overcrowded. If ...

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Should I Monitor Bass Genetics?

Trophy bass are no different from winners of the Kentucky Derby, world-class hunting dog competitions, or livestock shows.  They are n ...

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Willow Trees – Aesthetically Pleasing, But They Have A Big Thirst

North Texas weathermen report our region is experiencing the fourth driest period on record.  Most areas have received just over 6- ...

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Pond Boss, Bob Lusk, Demonstrates Lake Surveys

Climb in the boat to learn why it’s important to conduct regular lake surveys. They reveal valuable information about ...

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What’s A Chubsucker?

The rarely-seen creek chubsucker is native to vegetated, rocky areas of freshwater streams.  If found in your lake, it probably ...

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Inside the Water Column: The Secchi Disk

By Dr. Claude E. Boyd Pond owners, especially in the south and parts of the Midwest, are advised to apply ...

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Should I Use Fertilizer Or Pond Dye In My Pond?

If you’re contemplating this question, what’s your goal?  Is the lake a waterscaping with no fisheries management plan?  A ...

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Summer Temps Take Toll On Big Bass

Editors Note:  To long-time readers, we ask your indulgence while we reprint a past article highlighting an important and timely t ...

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