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#485406 - 01/19/18 02:53 PM Re: Facebook Live Wednesday evening [Re: Bob Lusk]
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Canyoncreek.... if you scroll down to about mid-way on the home page, you will see my most recent posts. I believe the Facebook Live videos are color-coded in a reddish color.
Let me know if that works for you.

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#485467 - Yesterday at 11:05 AM Re: Facebook Live Wednesday evening [Re: Bob Lusk]
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Wednesday's Topic: Tweaking your Fish Stocking Rates.

Do you need to stock some fish? Is your pond's fishery out of whack? Need adjusting? We'll talk about the 'tried and true' stocking methods as well as some of the cutting edge science behind the art of stocking a pond.

Tune in to our Pond Boss page on Facebook at 6:30 CST Wednesday evening. Send your questions in advance to info@pondboss.com or ask them live as we have some fun in our next live broadcast.

If you can't make it for the live version, it will be archived on the Facebook page, and then uploaded to youtube when LeighAnn gets to it. After the broadcast, I'll add a link in this thread to the Facebook event. After LeighAnn uploads to youtube, she'll link in through the Pond Boss website, too.
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#485480 - Yesterday at 04:42 PM Re: Facebook Live Wednesday evening [Re: Bob Lusk]
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Pond Boss, work into the Wednesday night Facebook Live broadcast: Pond owners,,,, don't forget when you see a need to restock some fish, ask yourself why is the fishery in decline? What is causing the problem? What is out of balance causing a need for more fish? Is it habitat, mismanagement, improper harvest, lack of growth, is it a new species that could change the dynamics of the current fishery? What should be fixed or adjusted before adding new fish? A well planned numbers adjustment may be needed before adding more fish. Will new fish cause too much competition or upset the food chain-food web? Just adding new fish may not solve your underlying problem. Thus the new fish may not survive well enough to improve angler success unless some prior adjustments are made!


Edited by Bill Cody (Yesterday at 08:08 PM)
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#485489 - Yesterday at 08:05 PM Re: Facebook Live Wednesday evening [Re: Bob Lusk]
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Hey Bob,
I see the subject changed since my email. Feel free to hold off on my questions until you get into water quality or vegetation subjects at a later date.
Looking forward to this one as well!

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#485495 - Yesterday at 09:28 PM Re: Facebook Live Wednesday evening [Re: Bob Lusk]
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In addition to my post above. Introducing fish for forage is usually only a short term solution. There is probably a reason for the scarcity of forage fish. If you do not improve habitat conditions stocking with forage fish will only temporarily increase their numbers. Often forage fish added to existing fisheries will be eaten quickly, and the scarcity will return. You are better off to improve habitat conditions for forage fish so that their survival and spawning success can produce a steady source of food for the gamefish. Improve the habitat, create refuges, and maybe selectively reduce predatory pressures and forage fish numbers will naturally increase. This is a basic wildlife management method.


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#485508 - Today at 01:14 PM Re: Facebook Live Wednesday evening [Re: Bill Cody]
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Originally Posted By: Bill Cody
and maybe selectively reduce predatory pressures and forage fish numbers will naturally increase. This is a basic wildlife management method.


A must IMO - if forage is short and predators are not fat then ^

in conjunction with other steps noted by Bill !!!!


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