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Archive for November, 2011

Product Review: Bo-Jo Fish Light

During visits to the supermarket, we see natural and organic products to improve our diets. Bo-Jo Fish Light offers the ...

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Plankton Growth

In recent weeks, has your pond lost its appealing green color?  Have you noticed the water clearing and increased visibility ...

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Don’t Stock Fish From Other Ponds

Last month we mentioned not planting outside vegetation.  While on the subject, the same is true for fish.  We hear ...

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Winterizing Your Pond and Facilities

Most winters, we haven’t worried about ponds icing over—until the past few years.  After portions of Lake Texoma ...

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Do You have Beaver Fever? (Not the Justin type)

Hiking around your pond this winter, watch for worn paths leading into the water.  They commonly run from the creek ...

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Are You Reading the Numbers on a Bag of Fish Food?

There are a lot of numbers and fine print on the tag of a fish food bag.  The number you ...

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Waterfowl Waste is Beneficial to Your Pond

Waterfowl waste is a source of high nutrients in ponds.  If large numbers of ducks or geese visit your pond ...

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Noticing a Change in Activity Around the Feeder?

Noticing a change in activity around the feeder? Water temps in most regions have dipped to the low 60’s.  That’ ...

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Stock Rainbow Trout!

Don’t get caught sitting in the cabin this winter wishing the fish were biting.  They will be biting and ...

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Is Plankton Important to Your Pond?

Most folks enjoy admiring clear water.  They can see fish, vegetation, and the bottom six feet deep.  We regret spoiling ...

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