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#553761 11/27/22 06:21 PM
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I had another thread going where I stocked 250 1-3" BG in what I believe to be an empty 1 acre pond. The plan is to add 4" LMB in the spring. It was suggested to add a few adult BG to get the ealy spawn ging next spring.

I bucket stocked 14 fish. As I look closer, I fear I added GSF. Please take a look to confirm my ID. What now? I could try to catch some of them.

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This came up along time at a local PB group meeting that Lusk and Otto attended.
Lusk said: What’s the big deal? It spawns annually at best.
And bluegills have a rolling spawn that lasts from early Spring until the water gets too cold for them.
The bluegills pretty well overwhelm them. They won’t hurt anything.


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Originally Posted by LarryBud
I had another thread going where I stocked 250 1-3" BG in what I believe to be an empty 1 acre pond. The plan is to add 4" LMB in the spring. It was suggested to add a few adult BG to get the ealy spawn ging next spring.

I bucket stocked 14 fish. As I look closer, I fear I added GSF. Please take a look to confirm my ID. What now? I could try to catch some of them.


The pictures aren't showing up for me. Go to the archives, there are pictures of all the sunfish in there.


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3/4 to 1 1/4 ac pond LMB, SMB, PS, BG, RES, CC, YP, Bardello BG, (RBT & Blue Tilapia - seasonal).
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How about now? Can you see them? GSF?

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Again - no pictures showing up. There is a problem with the Forum software for showing pictures. Try this- find your picture where you have it on a server. It is called a Linked Image. Then copy and past a link to it. This might work.

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Here are some pictures that I put up on a server - I use Imgur.
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