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Archive for December, 2018

Choose Which Fish to Lose: It’s Not Only About Genetics

Choose Which Fish to Lose: It’s Not Only About Genetics By Bob Lusk There were no straight retrieves. Spending ...

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Product Review – Aeration Maintenance

Biologists believe aeration improves pond environments dramatically.  It keeps water quality predictable.  Aeration reduces sludge and nutrients that feed annoying a ...

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While Fish Take A Winter Nap–Pursue Feral Hog Management

During warm months, pigs retreat to shady, river bottoms with cool backwashes and lush green forage.  This time of year, t ...

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Hybrid Crappie — Small Pond Owner’s Dream

Pondmeisters seldom talk about crappie battles on light tackle. They don’t get excited telling stories about crappie like they ...

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Nip Spring Vegetation In The Bud Before It Disrupts Pond Use

Winter offers an opportunity to start next season with a clean vegetation slate.  As water temperatures cool, vegetation goes dormant, ...

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Time To Assess 2018 Management Results And Plan For 2019

Does Your Plan Require Minor Adjustments Or Major Changes? We spend nine-months passionately caring for treasured fish and their environment.  T ...

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Keeping Records

Keeping Records By Bob Lusk What other records should you keep? Do you keep good records of what you do ...

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Life Expectancy of a Pond; The Aging Aftermath

Life Expectancy of a Pond; The Aging Aftermath By Mike Otto The actual work has not changed much since I ...

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Lessons from the Hip

Lessons from the Hip By Bob Lusk Plus, I see things few people ever get to see. Okay, here’s ...

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