Jan 10th, 2023
POND BOSS MAGAZINE ARTICLES CONTENTS 2018
TOPIC INDEX IS AT THE BOTTOM AFTER NOV-DEC CONTENTS LISTING.
NOTE: Letters & e-mails and Pond to Plate of each issue were moved to the forefront of each contents.
JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2018
Key: New stocking ideas, Fish cage ideas, Dream bass pond,
Water color, Grow big bass, Pond winterization, Dam spillway repair, Deer aging, Duck nest boxes, Herbicide use mistakes, Perfect pond features, Drain pipe repair, Big bait use, Fish data use, Natural bird attractors, Tips for better pond, Winter predation.
Eds Desk- ANOTHER NEW YEAR….BRING IT ON! PB conference a success, Spring is coming, Issue preview.
POND TO PLATE Fish Croquettes. Ground fish, with bell pepper, onion, hot sauce combined into patties and fried.
ASK THE BOSS A. Water color changes? B. Sand pit converted into a pond? C. Excessive pond plants. D. Sunfish a negative? E. Provided Croquettes recipe. F. Tiger bass? G. Black grubs in catfish.
1. NON TRADITIONAL STOCKING STRATIGIES. Lusk provides stocking ideas not following the book for big bass, hybrid stripers, big sunfish.
2. FISH CAGES AT THE DOCK. Lusk describes Bruce Condello’s creative use of fish cages.
3. MAGICAL FISHING SPOT. Todd Watts describes his dream bass pond of 3 ac and how it was created.
4. COLOR OF FISH POND WATERS. Dr. Boyd explains causes of color in ponds and why color changes.
5. BUILDING THE FISHING POND OF YOUR DREAMS Part II. Beasley described how LM bass were used to grow a trophy bass fishery.
6. WINTERIZE YOUR POND. Dr Mike Champ and Lusk provide good ideas for fall maintenance to keep your pond in top shape.
7. REPAIRING A REPAIRED SPILLWAY. Mike Gray tells how he rebuilt a dam & spillway after a flood event.
8. IN NEED OF DEER AGING TECHNIQUES. VanSchaik discusses methods that have been used during the past 60 years. Proposes using general age class to categorize deer herds.
9. GET YOUR NEST BOXES READY Wood Ducks Are Coming. Lusk presents basic info about nesting boxes and describes a new style of nest box and novel uses of it.
10. TOP TEN MISTAKES POND OWNERS MAKE USING HERBICIDES FOR AQUATIC PLANTS. Kelly Duffie & Lusk explain the 10 most frequent mistakes of treating pond weeds.
11. IS THERE SUCH A THING AS A PERFECT POND? Cornwell describes variation in ponds and what is realistic: looks at depth, shallow vs deep, plant coverage, complexity of habitat, and creating a dream pond.
12. SERENITY UNPLUGGED. Lusk reflects on the natural wrinkles of the mini-pond.
13. REPAIRING THE PIPE REPAIR. Otto explains why replacing a metal drain pipe is better than a repair. Patching is a poor choice for fixing old drain pipes.
14. BIG BAITS BIG FISH. Ty Kleeb provides rationale and use of large lures to target the largest fish in your pond.
15. USING ANGLING DATA Part 2. CONDITION. Dr. Neal & Bryant Haley do an excellent job of explaining how to monitor the plumpness factors of your fish using length – weight data. What the condition factors mean for your management.
16. GO NATURAL FOR CRITTERS YOU LOVE. Birdman Mel explains the benefits of emphasizing many native plants and lawn care products.
17. CREATING YOUR POND PLAN. Steve Bardin & Lusk explain six tips o develop a good pond and improve you use of the pond.
18. WINTER’S WONDERS. West looks at winter predation and mortality of bluegill by yellow perch and LMbass, includes effects of winter mortalities due to size specific interactions. Winter mortality can be high for small fish.
MARCH - APRIL 2018
Key: Common sport fish, Growing healthy forage, Aquatic plants,
Fish kills, Pond build on bedrock, Northern pond fish, Habitat diversity, Deer predators, Weather affects fishing, Pond weed management, Fin clip marking, Pond improve genetics, Creek bed pond, Improve old pond, Woodland ponds, Spring bird houses, Yellow perch info.
Eds Desk – Late Winter and looking forward to Spring. Issue preview.
POND TO PLATE Jalapenos, Olive oil, and Garlic salt. These can be your next favorite appetizer.
ASK THE BOSS A. Fish cage sizes? B. Fixing leaks, C. How to know health & management of Lakes?. D. New bass fishery balance?, E. Chubsuckers for existing pond? F. Stock option for KY pond? G. Bass removal rate per acre? H. Rebuilding 0.2 ac bluegill pond, I. Bluegill harvest in new pond? J. Month to start feeding? K. Tiger musky control bullhead & carp? L. Catfish number per 0.5 ac? M. 20F air temp cause shad kill?
1. NOT ALL FISH ARE THE SAME. Lusk describes some differences of several common sunfish, bass, true bass, and catfish species. Know differences and habits before stocking.
2. MAINTAINING A HEALTHY FORAGE POPULATION. Lusk discusses 4 helpful topics to produce abundant forage densities.
3. AQUATIC VEGETATION Beasley discusses pros & cons of water plants, main control methods, most common types, water depths, plant predators, and getting good ones established.
4. FISH KILLS. Dr. Boyd discusses multiple reasons for fish kills, including dissolved oxygen, phytoplankton, weeds, hydrogen sulfide, algal toxins, pollution and sewage.
5. I TOLD YOU. Mike Gray tells about rebuilding a leaky pit and installing a compacted clay liner over porous bedrock.
6. STOCKING NORTHERN WATERS. Lusk provided learned advice for northern fish stocking starting with know the species, proper habitat, sustainable food chain, manage properly for new or renovated pond. Discusses smallmouth, fathead minnows, golden shiners, pumpkinseed sunfish, yellow perch and walleye. Stocking numbers and why not use largemouth and bluegill.
7. THINK LIKE A FISH. Todd Watts explains how he created lots of good habitat diversity for sport fish.
8. PREDATOR IDENTIFICATION IN DEER MANAGEMENT. VanSchaik aptly describes how to evaluate & identify the predator that is killing prey primarily deer and fawns.
9. WEATHER THE STORM. Ty Kleeb discusses how weather changes affect fish bite & behavior. Notes about barometric pressure, rain, water temps, wind and storms.
10. AQUATIC PLANT PRIMER. Lusk tells us about several types of pond weeds, why they grow well, and how to manage them.
11. MARKING FISH 101: SHOULD YOU CLIP. Cornwell tells about marking fish you catch; its limitations; provides examples how to use the clipping technique.
12. USING A SMALL POND TO ENHANCE GENETICS IN A BIGGER POND/LAKE. Lusk explains a strategy to use smaller ponds to help you grow bigger bass.
13. A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH. Otto describes the challenges of rebuilding a pond in a small creek bed.
14. FRUSTRATION & FAILURE, BUT ALSO SOME SUCCESSES. Incredible Pond Journey Part 2. Scott Wren describes the methods used to assess, manage and improve the fishery in three 65 yr old ponds.
15. FORGOTTEN WOODLAND PONDS. Dr. Neal tells how to better manage your wetland pond for fish, or amphibians & waterfowl.
16. ARE YOU READY FOR SPRING OPEN HOUSE SEASON?
Birdman Mel tells all about suitable bird house tips for martins and bluebirds.
17. YELLOW PERCH FACTOIDS. West describes spawning info, optimum temperatures, growth rates, stocking with LMbass, vulnerability of egg ribbons, chemical release improves growth.
MAY – JUNE 2018
Key: Fish predators, Cyano algae reduced, Pond sedimentation, Pond on rock top, Northern fish management, Pond Diary, Quail decline causes, Storing pond stuff, Sinking lures, Pond bottom foods, Turbidity clearing, Lake fish kill, Pit pond enlargement, Odd items in fish, History of fish management, Springs colorful birds, Poor fish spawns.
Eds Desk – Legacies and memories of family and water. Issue review.
POND TO PLATE Peruvian Ceviche; your favorite fish fillets marinated in garlic, cilantro, lime juice, any type of chopped pepper.
ASK THE BOSS A. Best gear for big bass, B. Aggressiveness in male LMbass, C. Leak advice & soil floc, D. Preventing grass carp escape, E. Bait fish pond building, F. Paddlefish advice, G. Bass removal numbers for 4 acres, H. Facebook live PBoss shows, I. Rotenone treatment advice.
1. POND PREDATORS. Lusk discusses how improving the fishery will cause more predator to arrive.
2. SAY NO TO CYANOS IF YOU WANT BIG BASS. Dave Beasley & West Bishop discuss new concepts for better productivity, growing better algae for better fish.
3. SEDIMENTATION IN PONDS. Dr Boyd aptly discusses the science & technical aspects of sediment accumulation in ponds.
4. ALL PONDS ARE DIFFERENT. Mike Gray tells how he built a 3 ac pond on top of smooth rock.
5. BALANCING YOUR SEASONS INFLUENCING YOUR FISHERY. Lusk explains the management needs when ponds have short seasons and longer winters. Looks at fish growth, nutrients, aeration, and proper harvest.
6. DO YOU KEEP A POND DIARY? Beth Lahaie gives helpful ideas for ho to record pond memories for those of future generations to enjoy.
7. NEW SMOKING GUN FOR BOBWHITE QUAIL DECLINE. VanSchaik looks in-depth why quail populations are in decline. Big picture for quail recovery.
8. STORING YOUR STUFF. Lusk explains the whys and hows for organizing and storing pond related items.
9. THE ART OF THE FALL. Ty Kleeb discusses sinking lures, their importance, and how to use them for catching more fish.
10. ON THE BOTTOM. Cornwell explains why it is very important to know what is happening on the pond bottom which becomes most important in ponds deeper than 6ft. Promotes use of diverse bottom habitat as a natural pathway to a better food chain.
11. CLEARING MUDDY WATER. Lusk explains what things to do when your pond has muddy water. Clearing agents.
12. A BIG FAILURE. Lusk describes a combination of events that caused a productive 26 ac lake to have a fish kill.
13. HOME IS WHERE THE FUN IS. Otto tells how he rebuilt and enlarged a pit type pond and saved the existing trees.
14. OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF FISH. Lusk tells about numerous unusual things he has found in bass stomachs.
15. A BRIEF HISTORY OF POND MANAGEMENT. Dr. Neal explains how the methods of fishery management have progressed since the Chinese started raising fish 4000 years ago.
16. ENJOY THE COLORS OF SPRING. Birdman Mel explains quick and easy tips to attract colorful birds to your water resource during spring.
17. FISH SENSES PUZZLE. West looks at what causes reduced or no spawning of a fish species.
JULY - AUGUST 2018
Key: Forage retention ponds, Adequate weeds, Fish kill events, Bacteria pond function, Dam cored porous soil, Fathead basics, Bass diet, Waterfowl plant foods, Liming basics, Spawn season angling, Rainwater productive, Forage pond benefits, Clues for management, Pond land search, Waterscapes help emotion, Youngster angling, Squirrels, Fish growth lessons, Bluegill temperature growth.
Eds Desk - Lusk thinks about legacy building and does issue preview.
POND TO PLATE Mon’s Peach Pie - How to make a creamy peach pie.
ASK THE BOSS
A. New with a 30 gallon lily pond. B. Subscription request, C. Beach construction, D. Gravel on top of clay? E. Elodea problem, F. Filamentous algae in pond growing bluegill, G. Help advice building 3 ac pond, H. Rusted pipe drain problem, I. Aeration start up procedure, J. Will bass each catfish food?
1. A MUTIAL COMMODITY. Lusk describes a Nebraska low functional field green belt low spot developed into a 13 ac pond and 6 small retention ponds.
2. HOW MUCH UNDERWATER GRASS IS ENOUGH? Lusk tells how much underwater weeds are good plus how to reduce the plant volume.
3. LESSONS LEARNED FROM FISH KILLS. Beasely tells what events lead to fish kills. Things to reduce chances of fish kill.
4. BACTERIA IN FISH PONDS. Dr. Boyd provides lots of good information about the roles, functions, and basic types of pond bacteria.
5. RECIPE FOR A DAM. Mike Gray tells how he core trenched a dam in porous soils.
6. THE REAL SKINNY ON MICRO-MANAGING FAT FISH. Bruce Kania & Lusk explain the basics of fathead minnows, importance of good habitat and give readers with a forage fish challenge.
7. STOMACH CONTENTS OF LARGEMOUTH BASS. What Do Bass Really Eat? Lusk summarizes a research study of how added habitat affected a bass dominated fishery.
8. ATTRACTING WATERFOWL WITH WILD AQUATIC PLANTS. VanSchaik discusses the different groups of waterfowl and from an extensive study provides natural plants the prefer.
9. LIME IS LIME, RIGHT? Amending Your Pond’s Constitution. Lusk provides lots of basic facts for pond liming to improve alkalinity. Describes the 5 basic types of lime materials.
10. FISHING THE SPAWN. Ty Kleeb gives good advice of how to catch big fish during the spawning season.
11. IN THE RAIN – PROPERTIES OF RAIN WATER. Mark Cornwell explains what rainwater needs to make it more productive. Discusses desired pH for growing fish.
12. THOSE HATCHERY PONDS ALL IN A ROW. Lusk describes using small forage ponds to benefit a large fish pond.
13. LOOSE ENDS. Lusk suggests it is an art to have better listening to the clues occurring in your pond to help you make better pond management decisions.
14. GIVING OLD LAND NEW LIFE. Otto tells how finding the right property to retire with a pond can take time, patience, and adaptability.
15. FINDING FREEDOM AND PURPOSE AT WATER’S EDGE. Beth Lahaie describes how using waterscapes helps work through life’s emotional baggage.
16. WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A KID FISHING TODAY. Dr.Neal explains how teaching youngsters fishing results in very rewarding memories and results in maintaining the future of good angling possibilities.
17. Squirrels. Birdman Mel provides 3 good ideas for discouraging these invading robbers of bird feeders. Includes some interesting squirrel facts.
18. NEW POND GROWTH. West explains fish growth, what affects it and how it can be improved. Includes best temperatures for bluegill growth and when best to stock fish in a new pond.
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2018
Key: Management trends, Aquatic insects, Cull for big bass,
Pond complexity, Rocky terrain core trench, Walleye growing, Avoiding common mistakes, Riparian zones, Water oxygen basics, Richmond Lake giant bluegill, Best structure types, Swimming pond design, Comforting water, Good pond planning, Destratification productivity, Helping birds, bats bees, butterflies, Largemouth catchability.
Eds Desk What is Pond Pond Boss? Answers provided plus issue preview.
POND TO PLATE Catfish with Pecan Sauce
ASK THE BOSS
A. Primrose benefits affect bluegill spawn? B. Crappie & yellow perch in Georgia. C. Carrying capacity of a plantless 1 ac pond? D. Golden algae thoughts? E. Only hybrid stripers and bluegill possible? F. Post stock fish dying? G. Anglers should monitor the fishery. H. How to begin pond digging? I. Stock for quick fishing?
1. TRENDS IN POND MANAGEMENT Lusk summarizes how fish pond management has changed in the last 40 years.
2. THE GOOD AQUATIC INSECTS Lusk describes dragonflies, damselflies, mayflies and walking water sticks.
3. CULLING TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP Picking Your Horses to Win. Lusk explains how you know when your fish are ripe for harvest. Gives better set of harvest rules for growing larger fish.
4. NOTHING IS PERFECT INCLUDING POND MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS. Dr. Boyd aptly explains complexity of ponds and why some methods don’t work in all ponds.
5. GETTING TO THE CORE OF THE PROJECT. Mike Gray tells how to best build a core trench in rocky terrain.
6. WALLEYE THE OTHER WHITE MEAT. Lusk tells how to have success with walleye in ponds; covers reproduction, stocking, foods, behavior, right density, companion predators, harvest plan, techniques to improve success.
7. MAKING ASSUMPTIONS IN POND MANAGEMENT. Beasley tells how to avoid common mistakes in management. Keeping fishery healthy & productive, aging fish, needs of fishery, CPUE, pond planning building needs, and dealing with vegetation.
8. THE VALUE OF RIPARIAN ZONES. VanSchaik explains the explains the functional value of riparian zone habitat, travel routes, characteristics, composition, protecting the vegetation, value to adjacent water.
9. HOW CAN WATER BE TOXIC AND STILL BE WATER? Lusk explains how water composed of hydrogen & oxygen can lose the oxygen and still be water.
10. LIVING THE KINGFISHER LEGACY. Ty Kleeb fishes the famous trophy bluegill at Richmond Mill Lake and how he caught the biggest bluegill of his life.
11. IN RETROSPECT ……. Cornwell snorkels in his clear pond and teaches us what types of structure he saw and explored as best for attracting fish.
12. OUR SWIMMING POND. Lusk describes the design, construction, and use of their multi-use swimming recreation pond.
13. THE WELCOMING WAYS OF WATER. Beth Lahaie explains how water can be a generous host to provide comfort to you.
14. CHECK BEFORE YOU WRITE THE CHECK. Otto tells how to do best planning and homework for getting the best pond and contrasts it with a pond built with bad planning.
15. THE CURIOUS CASE OF BLACKJACK POND. Dr Neal reviews one of the 1st scientific studies of how aeration destratification effect LMB population and carrying capacity.
16. BIRDS, BATS, BEES AND BUTTERFLIES – FALL HELP CHECKLIST. Birdman Mel provides a checklist for helping these 4 individuals.
17. LARGEMOUTH BASS GENETIC SUBSPECIES QUESTIONS. West reviews more good studies about LMbass catchibility - lure avoidance; how subspecies are affected.
NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2018
Key: Renovation pond,
Society of Lake Management Professionals, Questions for rebuilding, Suspended substances, Problem causers, Pick predator fish, Water leak movement, Quail foods, Pond main factors, Invasive plants, Lake fish balance, Small pond food fish, Human emotion of water, Pond design, Drawdowns, Sparrows, Fall fish feeding.
Eds Desk – Thankful for the Holidays and Issue preview.
POND TO PLATE – Smoked Catfish Dip.
Letters and e-mails: A. Stocked fish die-off. B. New 1 ac trout pond Idaho. C. How many grass carp? D. Bentonite vendors? E. Digital version of PB magazine. F. Commercial aquaculture advice. G. Add dye to control Chara? H. Straw logs clear turbidity? I. Looking for adult grass carp buy or trade. J. Feeding wild catfish & crappie pellets?
1. SHOULD I RENOVATE? Lusk explains the thought process for deepening a lake.
2. THE POND MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY. Lusk tells how the Society of Lake Management Professionals was founded.
3. SHOULD HE REBUILD IT OR NOT? Lusk goes through what questions are needed to evaluate if to rebuild a pond.
4. SIZES AND ABUNDANCE OF DISSOLVED AND SUSPENDED SUBSTANCES IN WATER. Dr Boyd provides technical descriptions of particles in water.
5. THINKING PAST THE OBVIOUS. Beasley tells how to tackle and better solve pond several types of problems by not looking just at the symptoms.
6. PICKING THE RIGHT PREDATOR FISH. Lusk gives helpful advice the best predators for your pond situation.
7. TRYING TO COLLAR WATER. Mike Gray tells water is great at finding types of weak soil spots to create a leak plus he stresses the need for optimum soil compaction with psi ratings.
8. WHAT DO QUAIL EAT? VanSchaik aptly describes food items over a 30 year period eaten by quail.
9. THE FIVE BIGGEST THINGS. Lusk lists and discusses the 5 most important things that make a successful pond.
10. LET’S TALK INVASIVE PLANTS. Abbey Holsopple tells about 3 common invasive pond plants: water chestnut, Eurasian milfoil and giant reed.
11. SETTING LIMITS OF SEVERAL LEVELS. Cornwell provides management advice for a 50 ac lake having low alkalinity and LM SM bass stunted yellow perch and abundant common carp.
12. GROWING FISH FOR FOOD AND FAMILY. Lusk about growing food fish in small ponds. Provides expected poundage results.
13. LIVING IN THE FLOW. Beth Lahaie. Explains how flow of water is quite similar to to human emotion.
14. THE ONE ACRE POND BEHIND THE HOUSE. Otto tells how he enlarged a cattle pond for a recreational and fishing pond.
15. USING WATER LEVEL IN POND MANAGEMENT. Dr. Neal describes winter draw-down and how to best use it effectively for better pond management.
16. SPARROWS. Birdman Mel repeats a past article about native sparrows as 8 interesting, native, good guy, ground birds.
17. FALL FRENZY AND WINTER SURVIVAL. West explains how food and energy in fall is utilized by fish during winter. Discusses lipid (fat) composition and how cold water affects several fish species.
INDEX Pond Boss Magazine 2018
Pond to Plate recipes were not indexed
Aeration affects fish capacity Sept-Oct 18
Aeroibic bacteria July-Aug 18
Ag lime July-Aug 18
Aging deer Jan-Feb 18
Algae cyanobacteria May-Jun 18
Algae epiphytic May-Jun 18
Algae types balance May-Jun 18
Alum aluminum sulfate July-Aug 18
Alum May-Jun 18
Aluminum sulfate alum July-Aug 18
Anaerobic bacteria July-Aug 18
Angling big baits Jan-Feb 18
Angling stormy weather Mar-Apr 18
Anoxic water Sept-Oct 18
Aquatic plant info Mar-Apr 18
Bacteria July-Aug 18
Baits large big fish Jan-Feb 18
Bass catchability Sept-Oct 18
Bass culling info Sept-Oct 18
Bass diet July-Aug 18
Bass female stocking Jan-Feb 18
Bass Florida LM Sept-Oct 18
Bass north vs south May-Jun 18
Bass northern LM Sept-Oct 18
Bass tiger Q-A Jan-Feb 18
Bass types Mar-Apr 18
Bass usual foods May-Jun 18
Bear predation deer Mar-Apr 18
Bentonite source TX Q-A Nov-Dec 18
Bioturbation animals May-Jun 18
Bird fall help checklist Sept-Oct 18
Bird houses Mar-Apr 18
Bird spring colors May-Jun 18
Birds batts butterflies Sept-Oct 18
Birds native sparrows Nov-Dec 18
Bluegill mortality Jan-Feb 18
Bluegill trophy catch Sept-Oct 18
Bloodworms midge May-Jun 18
Bluegreen cyano algae May-Jun 18
Bob Jones Lake Pt2 Mar-Apr 18
Bobcat predation Mar-Apr 18
Bottomland range sites Sept-Oct 18
Cage balance clay May-Jun 18
Cage options Jan-Feb 18
Cages at dock Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Calcium carbonate July-Aug 18
Calcium hydroxide July-Aug 18
Calcium oxide July-Aug 18
Calcium sulfate gypsum May-Jun 18 July-Aug 18
Carrying capacity aeration Sept-Oct 18
Catfish harvest 0.5ac Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Catfish stock adults Q-A Jan-Feb 18
Cecal worm quail May-Jun 18
Chara problem Q-A Nov-Dec 18
Chemotrophic bacteria July-Aug 18
Clay suspended May-Jun 18
Clay turbidity May-Jun 18
Cold temp fish info Nov-Dec 18
Color pond Jan-Feb 18
Color true apparent Jan-Feb 18
Competitive exclusion Jan-Feb 18
Condello cages Jan-Feb 18
Core trench compact Nov-Dec 18
Coyote predation deer Mar-Apr 18
Crappie stocking Jan-Feb 18
Culling harvest basics Sept-Oct 18
Cyanotoxins May-Jun 18
Dam construction Sept-Oct 18
Data use angler Jan-Feb 18
Deer aging Jan-Feb 18
Deer predators determine Mar-Apr 18
Design pond swim Sept-Oct 18
Destratification carry capacity Sept-Oct 18
Dog predation of deer Mar-Apr 18
Drag force upward May-Jun 18
Drain toe French Sept-Oct 18
Drawdown water rules Nov-Dec 18
Duck hut boxes Jan-Feb 18
Ducks wood boxes Jan-Feb 18
Ecosystem pond basics Sept-Oct 18
Eyeworm quail May-Jun 18
Facultative bacteria July-Aug 18
Fathead survival July-Aug 18
Feeder structure placement Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Fermentaion decomposition July-Aug 18
Fish bass foods July-Aug 18
Fish bass growth Jan-Feb 18
Fish bass harvest /ac Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Fish bass strains May-Jun 18
Fish behavior weather Mar-Apr 18
Fish big baits Jan-Feb 18
Fish bluegill angling Sept-Oct 18
Fish cage options Jan-Feb 18
Fish cages dock Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Fish catch data Jan-Feb 18
Fish catchability Sept-Oct 18
Fish chem factors May-Jun 18
Fish chubsuckers Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Fish cold info Nov-Dec 18
Fish cold surviva Nov-Dec 18l
Fish common type facts Mar-Apr 18
Fish condition data Jan-Feb 18
Fish culling basics Sept-Oct 18
Fish fall feed Nov-Dec 18
Fish family food grow Nov-Dec 18
Fish fathead forage July-Aug 18
Fish golden shiner Mar-Apr 18
Fish growth info July-Aug 18
Fish harvest when Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Fish healthy forage Mar-Apr 18
Fish kill errors May-Jun 18
Fish kill info July-Aug 18
Fish kill reasons Mar-Apr 18
Fish lure avoidance Sept-Oct 18
Fish lure sinking types May-Jun 18
Fish marking Mar-Apr 18
Fish northern stockings Mar-Apr 18
Fish predator picking Nov-Dec 18
Fish pumpkinseed Mar-Apr 18
Fish remove limits plan Nov-Dec 18
Fish season management May-Jun 18
Fish smallmouth Mar-apr 18
Fish spawn lack May-Jun 18
Fish sport predators May-Jun 18
Fish stock large ones Q-A Sept-Oct 18
Fish stocking no bass Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Fish supplement foods July-Aug 18
Fish tiger bass Jan-Feb 18
Fish walleye Mar-Apr 18
Fish walleye basics Sept-Oct 18
Fish yellow perch predator Mar-Apr 18
Fishing poor high temp Q-A Sept-Oct 18
Fishing –spawn time July-Aug 18
Fishing take kids July-Aug 18
Forage ponds waterway July-Aug 18
Fox predation Mar-Apr 18
Fragmented landscapes May-Jun 18
French drain Sept-Oct 18
Giant Reed Nov-Dec 18
Giant reed Phragmites Nov-Dec 18
Golden algae problem AZ Q-A Sept-Oct 18
Grass carp stock? Q-A Nov-Dec 18
Gravity settling particle May-Jun 18
Gypsum May-Jun 18 July-Aug 18
Gypsum May-Jun 18
Harvest bass concepts Sept-Oct 18
Harvest culling basics Sept-Oct 18
Harvest limits plan Nov-Dec 18
Historical pond mgmt May-Jun 18
Hog wild predation deer Mar-Apr 18
Humic color Jan-Feb 18
Humic substances Nov-Dec 18
Hydrated lime July-Aug 18
Indices of condition Jan-Feb 18
Inorganic ions Nov-Dec 18
Insects aquatic 4 main types Sept-Oct 18
Invasive plant species Nov-Dec 18
Ions water Sept-Oct 18
Iron reducing bacteria July-Aug 18
Jar test gypsum alum May-Jun 18
Largemouth catchability Sept-Oct 18
Leaky pond rebuild Mar-Apr 18
Learned Prey behavior Mar-Apr 18
Lime July-Aug 18
Lure avoidance Sept-Oct 18
Lures rate of fall May-Jun 18
Magazine PBoss digital Q-A Nov-Dec 18
Management drawdown Nov-Dec 18
Management top 5 Nov-Dec 18
Microzone oxidized May-Jun 18
Milfoil water Eurasian Nov-Dec 18
Molecules wate Nov-Dec 18r
Monoculture invasives Nov-Dec 18
Monoculture Nov-Dec 18
Mortality winter sizes Jan-Feb 18
Mountain lion predation deer Mar-Apr 18
Muddy water May-Jun 18
Nutrient ratio algae May-Jun 18
Oxidized micro-zone May-Jun 18
Oxidizing bacteria July-Aug 18
Oxygen dissolved Sept-Oct 18
Parasite eye worm quail May-Jun 18
Particle settling May-Jun 18
Particles water sizes of Nov-Dec 18
Personification Lahaie Nov-Dec 18
Phragmites giant reed Nov-Dec 18
Phreatophytes plants Sept-Oct 18
Pipe drain repair Jan-Feb 18
Plants benefits selection Mar-Apr 18
Plants best types Mar-Apr 18
Plants healthy stand July-Aug 18
Plants invasive 3 Nov-Dec 18
Plants mistakes of treatment Jan-Feb 18
Plants waterfowl food July-Aug 18
Pond bottom life May-Jun 18
Pond build clay search July-Aug 18
Pond build differences May-Jun 18
Pond complexity Sept-Oct 18
Pond core compacting Nov-Dec 18
Pond dam build Sept-Oct 18
Pond diary May-Jun 18
Pond enlargement Nov-Dec 18
Pond enlargement Nov-Dec 18
Pond fish food grow Nov-Dec 18
Pond fish hold structure Sept-Oct 18
Pond haul clay liner Nov-Dec 18
Pond leak rebuild Mar-Apr 18
Pond loose ends July-Aug 18
Pond management history May-Jun 18
Pond management industry Nov-Dec 18
Pond management trends Sept-Oct 18
Pond mgmt 5 main ones Nov-Dec 18
Pond mgmt assumptions Sept-Oct 18
Pond old to new July-Aug 18
Pond perfect info Jan-Feb 18
Pond pit rebuild May-Jun 18
Pond predators May-Jun 18
Pond preplanning homework Sept-Oct 18
Pond problems real causes Nov-Dec 18
Pond recorded memories May-Jun 18
Pond renovate y-n? Nov-Dec 18
Pond sandy streambed Mar-Apr 18
Pond seasonal mgmt. May-Jun 18
Pond serenity Jan-Feb 18
Pond small genetic help Mar-Apr 18
Pond stress relief Sept-Oct 18
Pond structure placement Jan-Feb 18
Pond stuff storage May-Jun 18
Pond swash zone Sept-Oct 18
Pond swim features Sept-Oct 18
Pond winterize Jan-Feb 18
Ponds muddy color Jan-Feb 18
Ponds woodland Mar-Apr 18
Predation coyote deer Mar-Apr 18
Predation recognition Mar-Apr 18
Predation winter fish Jan-Feb 18
Productivity algae May-Jun 18
Pumpkinseed sunfish Mar-Apr 18
Quail decline manageMay-Jun 18
Quail parasites May-Jun 18
Quail plant foods Nov-Dec 18
Quick lime July-Aug 18
Rainwater properties July-Aug 18
Riparian zones Sept-Oct 18
Rolling spawns July-Aug 18
Sedimentation harm Jan-Feb 18
Sedimentation rate May-Jun 18
Soil charge balance May-Jun 18
Smallmouth bass Mar-Apr 18
Sparrows natives Nov-Dec 18
Sparrows Nov-Dec 18
Species aquatic invasive Nov-Dec 18
Spillway repair Jan-Feb 18
Squirrels feeder deter July-Aug 18
Stocking non-standard Jan-Feb 18
Storage pond stuff May-Jun 18
Straw logs? Q-A Nov-Dec 18
Structure ideas placement Mar-Apr 18
Structure placement Jan-Feb 18
Structure placement Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Sunfish types Mar-Apr 18
Swash zone pond Sept-Oct 18
Swimming pond Sept-Oct 18
Threadfin low temps Q-A Mar-Apr 18
Tiger bass Q-A Jan-Feb 18
Toe drain French drain Sept-Oct 18
Turbidity jar test May-Jun 18
Vegetation emergent Mar-Apr 18
Walleye basics Sept-Oct 18, Mar-Apr 18
Water anoxic Sept-Oct 18
Water chestnut Nov-Dec 18
Water color Jan-Feb 18
Water color Q-A Jan-Feb 18
Water dissolved suspended Nov-Dec18
Water finding freedom July-Aug 18
Water flow life lesson Nov-Dec 18
Water insects 4 types Sept-Oct 18
Water mgmt. drawdown Nov-Dec 18
Water milfoil Eurasian Nov-Dec 18
Water molecular structure Sept-Oct 18
Water muddy May-Jun 18
Water rain properties July-Aug 18
Water retention time May-Jun 18
Water stress relief Sept-Oct 18
Water substances Nov-Dec 18
Water turbidy muddy May-Jun 18
Water way ponds July-Aug 18
Waterfowl plant foods July-Aug 18
Weather fish behavior Mar-Apr 18
Weed benefits types Mar-Apr 18
Weed treat mistakes Jan-Feb 18
Weeds 20%-25% July-Aug 18
Weeds beneficial July-Aug 18
Weeds invasive Nov-Dec 18
Wetlands riparian Sept-Oct 18
Wild hog predation deer Mar-Apr 18
Winter drawdown Nov-Dec 18
Winter fish feeding Nov-Dec 18
Winterize pond Jan-Feb 18
Yellow perch info Mar-Apr 18
Yellow perch predation Jan-Feb 18
Last edited by Bill Cody; 01/01/19 09:02 PM.
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