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Archive for January, 2012

Otters Moving After Recent Rains

Recent rains increased creek flows and likely, otter movement.  Otters rank next to cormorants in pond management circles.  They often ...

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Carefully Plan Dirt Work In Your Pond’s Watershed

Before building a road or making improvements that involve significant dirt work, carefully review the impact of such activity on ...

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Make Informed Management Decisions With Records

Formulating a management plan resembles creating a scouting report.  Without knowledge of water chemistry and habitat, you can’t lead ...

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Product Review – Stock Fish

To bulk up bass and bluegill, your training table must serve high protein.  A steady diet of Purina Aquamax pellets ...

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Cutting-edge tools in Pond Management

Athletes attend intensive training camps before a new season.  If there were a training camp for pond managers, all of ...

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Are you Tagging your Fish?

Join us for treasure hunting, pond management style.  Tag your fish to experience fascinating days tracking their movement and growth. ...

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Stocking a Pond Requires Careful Evaluation

Ponds smaller than one acre have limited stocking options.  Some folks want bluegill so kids enjoy numerous catches.  Others enjoy ...

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Have you Purchased Property With a Mature Lake?

Have you purchased property with a mature lake?  Are you interested to learn its condition after many years of sedimentation?  ...

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Conduct Research in Your Pond

According to research published at “In-Fisherman” magazine, electronic tracking studies clearly show that bass typically establish home ranges, learn their ...

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Does Your Pond have Below-Average Water Level?

Are you concerned about entering a new pond season with below-average water levels?  Installing an aeration system could reduce risks ...

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