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#516655 - 02/11/20 12:17 PM how to pellet train brook trout fry?
AndrewT Offline


Registered: 01/18/19
Posts: 2
Loc: Wisconsin
We have a few ponds in SW Wisconsin with stocked Brook Trout. The ponds are fed by natural underground springs and are 55F year round. The trout have been naturally spawning and reproducing. The issue is that the ponds are about 100miles from where I live. I have Texas hunter feeders, and feed them Aquamax 500 and seems to do well with the trout I stocked a few years ago, but now have a population of smaller 5-6" fish that refuse to eat the pellets. I bought some of the Purina MVP to try this spring (50% sinking with multiple size pellets).

Any ideas or suggestions are helpful.

Thanks

Andrew

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#516669 - 02/11/20 03:33 PM Re: how to pellet train brook trout fry? [Re: AndrewT]
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Registered: 08/16/14
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Loc: in the mountains
Yesss!!! Another Brook Trout guy!! That makes three of us LOL
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#516681 - 02/11/20 06:51 PM Re: how to pellet train brook trout fry? [Re: AndrewT]
4CornersPuddle Offline


Registered: 01/24/11
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Loc: southwest Colorado
AndrewT, you might have success feeding Optimal BG. There are plenty of smaller pellets in each toss. Those fingerling brookies have mouths big enough to eat any of the BG pellets.

Optimal BG is fine for trout.

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