I canít be 100% certain without being hands on but looks like floating leaf from the photo. Is the floating green stuff on the surface or slightly submerged? Can you get a handful? Up close se pictures would help.
I just finished another pond with this same design. It is a small 1/3 acre pond. It has a watershed around 3 acres. So two 4 inch pipes should be enough. I just finished it mid September. So here are some pictures of that install with a little descri
I would add a pile from bottom to about 2 feet below the surface in the deepest part of the pond. That will allow fish to move up and down in the water column as temps and O2 change. Have some thick stuff and some open stuff in the pile.
I use a Mr Crappie pole, usually a 12 footer, but I have a 10 and a 13 in addition to two 12's. A small spinning reel either open or closed face is attached. I use 4 or six pound test line. A 1/64 ounce lead head jig is the preferred bait, usuall
Farmallsc my wife usually fishes for CC conventionally with a baited hook laying on the bottom (she likes to knit better than she likes to fish, so she can knit while she fishes for CC that way). I rarely do that type of fishing because it is way too
Wisconsin Fish has great photos of many fish along with very good data. http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/home/Default.aspx?tabid=604 Take a look at Warmouth http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/home/Default.aspx?tabid=605&FishID=157