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What’s the difference in electrical cost 24/7 per month?


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Originally Posted by NEDOC
wbuffetjr, I'll fix your statement for you......... NEDOC always doing stupid and expensive stuff!! But occasionally he posts something interesting that evolves from his stupidity!! LOL

That's how I see myself, not you! We must be kindred spirits! Lol


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Moving food is always better and has an advantage for success when feed training predatory fish.


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Originally Posted by NEDOC
What’s the difference in electrical cost 24/7 per month?

I wish I knew how to figure it, probably not a much.



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Here's a quick little update. This is my second batch of Tigers... so coming up on their third birthday. At this point they are roughly 8lbs. I believe I have roughly 4-6 survivors of 10 stockers in a 2/3 acre pond without any noticeable negative impact at this point. But as their gape increases I believe that will change. We have caught a few via rod n reel but it seems if you do stock a pond and want to remove them, a fyke net (trap net) is the best way to go about it.

Now to explain this video, I have a couple Kasco ice eaters placed horizontally to create a lazy river effect around my pond. Its my preferred aeration method at this point. Anyway, the TM love to come up in the current, partially exposed and just sit there. On occasion I'll see them hit a moving pellet. But mostly they just like to stare me down and freak me out. LOL Here is one hanging out on my swimming beach, oddly he showed up while my kids were in the water swimming.

PS A circulator is a great way to keep a beach clear of FA.





PS Again: Is this video not showing for anyone else?

Here's a link to hit until I figure out the embed... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdNz496qR68

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I can't see any video..


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Argh........ any suggestions as to what I can change? It's simply a youtube video.


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I see the link now, and it works.

Reminds of an old episode of "Rod-n-Reel Streamside with Don Meissner" which was a low budget fishing show from 20-30 years ago. They hook into a musky and fight it for the entire 30 minute show, and it breaks the line at the last minute, and the show ends. Then, during the credits, it cuts back to the show and Don says "...we saw the musky sunning itself in some weeks and we could see the streamer lure in it's mouth.." The video shows them creeping up to the musky with a net. They lunge at it, get it in the net and lift it out of the water, and the musky somehow cuts the net and falls out.

EDIT: The show may be from 40-50 years ago.


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My TM love to 'sun' themselves. At first I thought they were unhealthy fish. Now I realized it's just a trait of theirs.


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I don't think you can embed a video into a forum post, but it would be cool if you could. Best you can do is post a link to it. There is an extension they can download for the PHP forum software that this site uses, that will basically allow you to add [youtube]URL here[/youtube] brackets before and after the URL and that will embed the video right into a post. There's also HTML coding to do it, but HTML is disabled for obvious reasons.

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At the bottom of the "Use Full Editor " option for adding posts, there is an dropdown for "Post Options". Try "HTML and UBBCode", and that has worked for me.

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Under post options, it says:

HTML is disabled.
UBBCode is enabled.

Maybe you have different options because you're a moderator? I tried doing the [video:youtube] tags and it just shows a blank space where the video would be.


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Can the mods please look into why the button is there to embed youtube video and why it doesn't work? It seems to only recently have failed to work, perhaps with the upgrade?

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Originally Posted by Steve_
Under post options, it says:

HTML is disabled.
UBBCode is enabled.

Maybe you have different options because you're a moderator? I tried doing the [video:youtube] tags and it just shows a blank space where the video would be.

Maybe so. Weird deal is we can't post pics or videos on our mod thread.

I'll check on the videos. We had it, then it went away.

OK, I looked at the html. The difference in the UBB default and the html/UBB option, is that the html/UBB option creates an iFrame to size the video, and it embeds it in that iframe instead of just displaying the youtube video on the page somewhere within the youtube tags, so the path to the video is broken. I'll send this to the PB office.

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Originally Posted by FireIsHot
Originally Posted by Steve_
Under post options, it says:

HTML is disabled.
UBBCode is enabled.

Maybe you have different options because you're a moderator? I tried doing the [video:youtube] tags and it just shows a blank space where the video would be.

Maybe so. Weird deal is we can't post pics or videos on our mod thread.

I'll check on the videos. We had it, then it went away.

OK, I looked at the html. The difference in the UBB default and the html/UBB option, is that the html/UBB option creates an iFrame to size the video, and it embeds it in that iframe instead of just displaying the youtube video on the page somewhere within the youtube tags, so the path to the video is broken. I'll send this to the PB office.

Bob was supposed to have LeighAnn look at it but that was weeks ago. It doesn't look like she had any success at fixing it.


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