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Re: New Pond Construction In Jefferson Co, Mo.
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Thanks Rusto!I can use all the good hopes I can get!lol!


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Re: New Pond Construction In Jefferson Co, Mo.
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Ouch, that sounds rough on your leg, but I guess they say you are lucky to have one! Hope the knee replacement helps, my uncle just had it done on Dec 31.
My pond ran over a few times last spring and I kept letting some water out the drain because whenever it ran over it skimmed my YOY fry right off the top and down the overflow by the thousands. I settled on trying to keep it right at 8 inches below full pool, and since middle of May 2020 it has stayed right there and hasn't fluctuated 2 inches either way since, we would get a little rain to bring it up an inch then pro evaporation it would drop an inch, it is setting on about 7 in low still. I was amazed at the minimal effect that evaporation did have. almost nothing.


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Re: New Pond Construction In Jefferson Co, Mo.
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Thanks Gehajake! I guess one advantage of having a pond that never fills is I don't have to worry about my fish washing out. Lol! But I would be ok with a few fish washing out now and then just to see if full. Lol! I'd be happy if it stayed even a foot or two down from full.


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