About a week ago we had an "ice eater" thaw, when the dew point hit 50+ degrees. Went from more than 18 inches to 2 inches from 8AM to 8PM. It was the fastest I have ever seen ice and snow disappear. 10PM that night, it started snowing, and
Thanks Bill Cody!I will plan on feeding.It will probably have to be by hand at first.Until we get a house built and move on to the property,I'd be afraid a feeder might grow legs.lol!Does anyone know where to get pellet trained fish near me?
Those eelgrass plants look to me to be the wide leaf variety of eel grass - leaves 3/4"-1" wide. Some of the wide leaf species are called jungle eelgrass. These wide leaf varieties (species) grow taller and can get to 6'-8'ft tall in 10'-1
The point here is: Fish that size available in the Spring [approaching age 1] indicates they are slow growers/leftovers/inferior fish the hatchery wants to dump. Intended as a warning to pond owners - that's the impetus for my post. Further, Cody ad