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Renovating a Pond or Lake?
Jump to new posts Re: Contractor in Dayton OH area recommendation by wannapond0001 @ 1 minute 37 seconds ago

So instead of taking a risk on ancient dozers, I decided to go the craigslist route and posted an add for a pond builder. Any specific questions i should ask besides, licensed and bonded, core trench, etc?
Questions & Observations
Jump to new posts Re: How much do TFS change the fishing? by TGW1 @ 8 minutes 16 seconds ago

Frank, I suspect our Northern feed trained lmb are in the same league. I may have some larger FLMB but they seem to be harder to catch and one must target those fish because they seem to hang out in deeper water. Fish differently and get lucky or ha
Property Projects & Construction
Jump to new posts Re: What did you do at your pond today? by TGW1 @ 48 minutes 44 seconds ago

My hand feeding the lmb and hsb is something I enjoy. I have not checked water temps recently but in the past two weeks the lmb and hsb feeding dropped off big time to where only one or two are eating the aquamax lmb feed. I am hoping it's the wate
Renovating a Pond or Lake?
Jump to new posts Re: Buying property w 228 Acre former gravel pit by anthropic @ Today at 01:16 AM

Originally Posted By: wannapond0001Does look nice. I should get me some land with a pond. That way I don't have to build one. Building your own pond is like building your own house. It's a blast, but a major pain when you make mistakes -- and yo
Questions & Observations
Jump to new posts Re: Current PB article !!! by anthropic @ Today at 12:58 AM

Outstanding post. The stark difference between my forage pond bloom (viz usually around 10 inches) and my main BOW (rarely less than 36 inches, averaging around 42), shows that even with virtually identical soil & location, things are NOT the sa
Questions & Observations
Jump to new posts Re: TP in Mid East OH this spring? by ewest @ Yesterday at 09:22 PM

SARC - Fact Sheet In monosex growout ponds under good temperature regimes, males generally reach a weight of 1/2 pound (200 + grams) in 3 to 4 months, 1 pound (400 + grams) in 5 to 6 months, and 1.5 pounds (700 grams) in 8 to 9 months. To produce 1-
Controlling unwanted plants
Jump to new posts 2,4-D application for American Lotus by squeeky @ Yesterday at 06:37 PM

I'm wanting to use a 2,4-D Amine formulation to treat American Lotus in a 3 acre pond. Only the back shallow areas (about 1 acre) are infested with the weed, and I was hoping that I could treat only that area next spring. It's my understanding that t
Questions & Observations
Jump to new posts Re: Fall Observations by liquidsquid @ Yesterday at 04:27 PM

Of interest, we has a heavy rain a couple of weeks ago when it got warm out suddenly, it quickly melted off the ice. What was cool is the warm, muddy rainwater "floated" on the top foot or two, and everything below was clear and cold. The m
Pond Boss
Jump to new posts Re: Ice Fishing on Bremer Pond by the stick @ Yesterday at 02:14 PM

Mmmmmmmm Hamms! It is an old saying about the kapon, but I thought someone would like it.
Evaluating and adjusting fish populations
Jump to new posts Re: My pond full of outcast by bigpullerman @ Yesterday at 10:54 AM

Some good Ideas on forage ponds. I don't think with the way my ground is that I would be able to make one but I am doing some thinking about it. I would have a lot of trees to deal with and have to have a good source of water. I might could do someth
Creating habitat
Jump to new posts Re: Using tarp for structure? by TGW1 @ Yesterday at 10:14 AM

Al, that is a good idea using tarps for cover. Makes my mind think of what all you might do with your plan of tarp plants. Haha! And what all might be done with your ideas. I THINK ITS FUN MAKING COVER FROM STUFF LAYING AROUND!
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TP in Mid East OH this spring?
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