NOTE: Letters & e-mails and Pond to Plate were moved to forefront of each issue.

JANUARY - FEBUARY 2006 – Key: Trophy deer, Bryozoans - moss animals, Rainbow trout, Slot limits, Post flood pond, Channel catfish fundamentals, Pond wind break, LMB as Predators, Lusk house fire, Small pond benefits, Deer – raising trophies, Author instructions PB Q-A, Instructions - authors in PB QA, Creek waterway advice QA, Trout – rainbow varieties, Kamloops, Donaldson steelhead, cutbow, Bass selective harvest - protected slot, LMB size structure – improving, Bluegill - better growth via LMB mgmt, Pond - post flood affects, Management – pond wind shelter, Bentonite – pond sealer, Bass LM predation style, Ambush predator – not bass, Pond – quality time example,

Eds Desk – Bob reflects on his house fire, and an issue overview, website praised.

Letters and e-mails: A. Instructions for Pond Boss authors; B. Ways to eradicate fish; C. suitability of gravel for bluegill spawning.

POND TO PLATE – Indian Goulash

1. DEER FEVER. Van Schaik presents several very informative concepts for growing trophy whitetail deer.

2. DO YOU HAVE BRYOZOANS? Cornwell describes these creatures, where they grow and what the look like.

3. WAY UP OVER THE RAINBOW TROUT. Mike Mitchell describes various forms of rainbow trout and their hybrids.

4. TRADE-OFFS IN POND MANAGEMENT. Dr Willis discusses slot limit and how it can help improve the fishery in a pond.

5. THE FLOOD PART DEUX. Wyman tells about how his pond recovered and improved after it was flooded.

6. CHANNEL CATFISH, THE OTHER WHITE MEAT. Lusk goes over the basic habits of channel catfish, spawning and their early life habits, reasons for stocking, and how many & what sizes to stock.

7. CREATING A FARM POND SHELTER BELT. Richard Peterson describes how he planted a wind-break around his Iowa pond and all the benefits it provides.

8. .SEALING LEAKY PONDS – BENTONITE IS SWELL. Otto takes us on an in-depth discussion about bentonite and how it to use it.

9. “AMBUSH” IS THE WRONG WORD. Ralph Manns provides a detailed discussion how bass feed and why bass are not ambush predators.

10. LUSK HOME BURNS, GREAT BLESSINGS. Bob describes the events of their tragic house fire and give hints to create a fire plan.

11. BIGGER IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER. Keith Stelter describes Doc Fowler’s 1.5 acre pond and some of the benefits of a smaller pond.

MAR - APR 06. Key: Wildlife property management, Turtles, Algae characteristics, Monitoring LMB, Deer and fencing, Bluegill sexing – males, Stocking Richmond Hill Lake, Pond basin renovation, Tiger musky profile, LMB harvest rates, LMB catchability, Fishing memories of Willis, Dry hydrants, Angling record keeping

Eds Desk – Bob summarizes the pond meeting near Atlanta GA

Letters and e-mails. A. John Schenne offers his skills in building dams, ponds, tunnels, B. Update from Scott Johnston TN, C. Good tips for maximizing a crappie fishery, D. Help for a muddy pond in CA.

FROM POND TO PLATE Catfish catching memories and cooking catfish with seasoned cornmeal & fried whole.

1. INTEGRATING WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT. VanSchaik discusses how wildlife management can interact with other types of property management.

2. TURTLES. Keith Stelter examines a few common features about turtles associated with the pond.

3. SCUM, SLIME, MOSS, PUTRID GLOBS OF USELESS LIFE. Mike Mitchell presents the first of a two part article about freshwater algae, its good points, its behavior, the general types, and in Part II (May-Jun06) , its management.

4. LARGEMOUTH BASS ANGLING AND CATCHABILITY. D.Willis & B.Cody look into how angler catches can monitor your LMB, and what affects angling has on their catchability.

5. HOLY HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT. S. Wyman Jr explains how fencing out cattle dramatically improved the local deer herd.

6. BEHEMOTH BLUEGILLS IN SMALL PONDS. In Part I, Cody, Condello and Baird provide the necessary details of how to accurately sex bluegills as the first step to produce trophies in small waters.

7. RICHMOND HILL TAKES THE NEXT LOGICAL STEP. Lusk describes the initial stocking of fish in this 120 acre lake.

8. RENOVATING PONDS. Otto talks about ways of renovating ponds during drought conditions and provides two examples.

9. MUSKIE! TIGER THE TERRIBLE. Cornwell talks about what it takes to produce tiger muskie and how they can fit into managing a balanced fishery.

10. HOW MUCH OF A BASS POPULATION CAN ANGLERS CATCH? Ralph Manns looks at the impact that anglers can have on a pond by harvesting bass.

11. WISHFULL THINKING OR ENVIRONMENT? Dr Willis recalls some good memories from his fishing vacation on a natural glacial lake in South Dakota.

12. WELL WORTH CONSIDERING. Lusk provides plans and describes the benefits of a dry hydrant for fire protection.

13. KEEPING RECORDS. Lusk shows us how record keeping for angler harvests can be valuable for improving a fishery. This is a good companion article to Mann’s article above about harvesting bass.

MAY - JUN 06. Key: Avian influenza, Fertilization, Osprey, Algae management, Fish aging, Pond landscaping, Richmond Mill Lake feeding program, Bluegill males, Pond liners, Baitfish basics, Pond construction, Pond management for spring.

Eds Desk. Spring On

Letters & e-mails. A. 1.5 Acre pond wants crappie? B. Aeration of IL pond in winter? C Make a fish shocker? D. Geotechnical engineer offers help.

POND TO PLATE - Southern Chicken Pot Pie

1. AVIAN INFLUENZA AND WILDLIFE. Van Schaik provides lots of good information about bird flu and its spread.

2. FERTILIZATION OF PONDS. Lusk discusses fertilize or not to fertilize.

3. OSPREY ….FISH EATERS. Know Pond Life. Ospery features and habits.

4. ALGAE AND INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT… A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE. High Country. M. Mitchell as Part II, discusses features about pond scum, its causes, and various IPM controls,

5. FISH AGING. D. Willis and E. West describe the various ways that fish are aged by biologists.

6. LANDSCAPE NOW. Lusk gives some hints for beneficial plants around the pond.

7. FEEDING PROGRAM AT RICHMOND MILL LAKE. Cover Story. Lusk describes how Sweeney Feeder Co and managers of a 125 acre NC lake designed, built and installed special solar powered, computerized fish feeders.

8. GROWING BEHEMOTH MALE BLUEGILLS; Part II. Cody, Condello and Baird present info about size, growth, stocking densities, and choosing proper male bluegills.

9. LINING YOUR POND’S POCKETS. Down to Earth. M.Otto tells about pond liners and how a liner was installed in a 5 acre pond.

10. STARTING YOUR BAITFISH COCKTAIL. M. Cornwell gives good basic information about stocking and growing fatheads, golden shiners and questions the use of bgills and gives guidelines for their use in smaller ponds north of Mason-Dixon line.

11. PASSION FOR PONDS. Part I. Dave Stefton – pond builder describes how he build a 1.4 acre domestic water use pond in an IL wooded area.

12. ANOTHER AMAZING SPRING THING. Beyond the Shoreline. Wyman asks early spring pond mgmt questions and fished for the answers.

JUL - AUG 06. Key: Wildlife travel corridors, Lined topminnow, Pondweeds, Pumpkinseed vs redear, Catch & release trout, Liming, Male bluegill management, Smallmouth bass, Hurricane pond aftermath, ESS-13 sealant, Siltation abatement, Youngseter’s fish stories, Wemble pond construction, Water chemistry Easterling pond.

Eds Desk. Summer Daze. First Pond Boss Convention & Expo date set for Mar 23-24, 2007 in Arlington TX..

Lettters and e-mails. 1. How to treat golden algae and where can I find a Fish-N-Pal or Water Wagon. 2. Why fathead minnow loss with missing heads. 3. Tea colored water and oak leaves. 4. Does gypsum affect pond sealing and use of liquid gypsum. 5. Why predator-prey numbers seem to be in conflict and muck rate accumulation. 6. “Meal weed” and use of Karmex.

POND TO PLATE. PINTO BEANS - seasoned with bacon, onions & tomatoes.

1. FRAGMENTED LANDSCAPES. Van Schaik gives insight about contiguous cover and edge affect for enhancing wildlife on your property. Dan uses quail as an example of why and how to de-fragment your upland cover to produce protected travel corridors.

2. LINED TOPMINNOW. This small shallow water fish Fundulus lineolatus is profiled.

3. PONDWEEDS. Pond vegetation of the genus Potomogeton is desribed.

4. PUMPKINSEED: NORTHERN VERSION OF THE REDEAR? Dr. Willis discusses the relationship and habits of these two panfish. Links to yellow grub and black spot diseases are provided.

5. TO RELEASE OR NOT TO RELEASE… Mitchell provides in-depth discussion for catch and release of trout and the related implications of growing large trout in small waters plus a good discussion about the differences of various hook types including barbless hooks on latent hooking mortality. Affects of fly fishing and spincast angling are discussed.

6. LIMING – WHAT’S THAT ABOUT? Short article about the types of lime products and how lime benefits a fish pond.

7. THE ART OF MANAGING BEHEMOTH MALE BLUEGILLS. Cody, Condello and Baird conclude their three part article about raising trophy male bluegills. Discussed are best size of ponds, natural foods, supplemental feeding, angling implications, females only, and creative ways to use male bluegills. A standard weight table for bluegill is included.

8. THINKING SMALL …. SMALLMOUTH BASS, THAT IS. Cornwell describes some smallmouth habits, good forage items for SMB, feasibility of stocking SMB and LMB together. Case history of a SMB and LMB pond is included.

9. KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR – SIX MONTHS AFTER RITA. Stelter relates the affects of a hurricane on a couple southeast TX ponds owned by Burleigh family.

10. ENVIRONMENAL SOIL SEALANT MAKING LEAKY SOIL TIGHT. Otto looks into the details of using ESS-13, a liquid polymer emulsion for sealing leaky soils.

11. A MAJOR LEAGUE EFFORT FO SHORTSTOP SILTATION. Creating Partnerships To Clean Up A Recreation Source. Richard Peterson describes what practices were used to abate siltation and how it helped helped improve Lake Darling in Iowa.

12. THE 10 POUND 14 INCH BLUEGILL. Sherman Wyman describes how Mike Payne’s 4 yr old grandson Kagen went fishing in the Wyman pond and learned to tell “fish stories” at an early age.

13. PASSION FOR PONDS. Sefton in Part 2 describes the step by step tasks for building the Wemble’s 1.5 acre pond. Includes descriptions of dam building, French well, dry hydrant, settlement pond, and several structures for fish habitat.

14. AN INTERESTING EMAIL EXCHANGE. Ten messages between Ed Easterling and Lusk about Ed’s 6 acre lake and two ponds. Water chemistry of pH, alkalinity and liming are discussed.

SEP-OCT 06. Key: Food plots, Rotenone, Oxygen saturation, Winterkill, Oxygen budget under ice, Oxygen sensitivity of fish, Ice safeness, Coldwater pond food chain, Tony Stewart Lake, Brook trout spawn box, Leaky pond fixes, Bentonite oilfield slurry, Eggs of: toads, spring peepers, bullfrogs, bass, bluegill catfish, Hummingbirds, Lusk house progress, Water movement & cleansing action.

Eds Desk. What A Fascinating Life I Lead. Summary of Bob’s summer journeys.

Letters and e-mails. A. Gypsum or alum? Jar test . B. Best removal methods for muskrats. C. Opinion of Nutri-defense? D. Spawning trout and SolarBee? E. Skinny LMB and warmouth? F. Fish lost after stocking? G. When to stock a 0.5 ac pond? H. Oxygen levels in a low water pond, add tilapia, and pre-emergent herbicide?

POND TO PLATE – Crescent cinnamon rolls. Quick and tasty way to make cinnamon rolls.

1. RETHINKING FOOD PLOTS. VanSchaik examines the concepts of wildlife food plots and provides guidelines for naturally feeding deer, upland game birds, waterfowl, doves. Covers when to plant, diversity, size, when to supplement, and the two biggest mistakes.

2. ROTENONE. Lusk reviews the old and new concepts for the use of rotenone in fish management, includes hints for using.

3. OXYGEN SATURATION. Lusk describes basic concept of dissolving oxygen in water, how depletions occur, and supersaturation,

4. WINTER OXYGEN AND YOUR FISH. Willis explains photosynthesis, respiration and how the depletion of oxygen can affect winterkill in a pond. Included are affects of snow cover, nutrient loads, bacterial influences, production of decompositional gasses and the low oxygen sensitivity or tolerance of various fishes.

5. HOW SAFE IS THAT ICE? In this article insert, Willis explains several guidelines for the load limit of ice.

6. WHEN YOUR FACE IS LONGER THAN YOUR FISH. Mike Mitchell provides a good explanation of the foundation of the natural food chain in cold water fisheries. Included are calcium and magnesium hardness, fertilization of high altitude trout waters, introductions of invertebrates and importance of rooted vegetation, proper forage fish and feed efficiency in the coldwater forage base.

7. MOVE WATER TO CLEAN IT. Lusk explains some basic biology of small ponds and how moving water can improve its quality.

8. TONY STEWART’S LAKE PROJECT. Lusk describes the renovation of Stewart’s lake, some of its features, and the stocking plan used to quickly produce a fishery of plenty of fish including catchable adult bass with the potential for fast growth and trophies.

9. POND PROJECT: A SPAWNING BOX FOR BROOK TROUT. Cornwell describes how to build a simple, water, flow through, gravel filled spawning box for producing fingerling trout.

10. FIXING LEAKY PONDS - FOR REAL. Otto describes how he rebuilt two, different styles of problematic leaky ponds; one was enlarged from an old shallow leaky pond and the other needed a leaky dam rebuilt and a bentonite oilfield slurry was recycled to seal the pond bottom.

11. KNOW YOUR POND – EGGS. Stelter gets some help teaching about the characteristics of eggs from frogs, toads, bass, bluegill, channel catfish.

12. THE WINGED SPRITES. Wyman describes some facts and features of hummingbirds.

13. IT’S ALL GOOD. Lusk provides an update on the progress of their house rebuilding after the fire.

NOV-DEC 06. Key: Spotted bass (Q-A), Inspecting a dam, Feeding fish philosophy, Food chain invertebrates, Electrofishing, Floating islands, Concepts of supplemental feeding, Water quality parameters, Aquaponics, Genetics for Giant Bluegill, Tasks for low water ponds, Bob Jones 19.5 acre lake for TPWD Angler programs, G.Inslee noodles, Dr Anderson introduced.

Eds Desk – Fall Finally. Bob reflects on the hot dry summer, increased PB subscribers and progress of Lusk Lodge II. The pond management trends of the 80’s, 90’ and after Y2K. He then summarizes contents of the Nov-Dec issue.

Letters & e-mails. A. Reader seeking lake property near Denton, TX. B. Reader enjoys PB and has no pond. C. Tilapia and Chara (muskgrass)? D. Ideal pH and hardness for pond near Huston TX. E. Dr Anderson comments on space is never a limiting factor, bgill –bass balance and pond biomass. F. Add For Sale items to website? G. Recommended forage fish for a small WA pond. H. Will aeration help reduce bottom silt? I. How many bluegill and shad for a new pond that includes spotted bass? J. How soon for fish in a new IA pond? K. Best
herbicide for willow tree stumps? L. Karmex? M. Aeration & a mud pump?


1. FROM THE DEER’S PERSPECTIVE. VanSchaik introduces us to a new highly advanced video system that monitors the 24 hour movements of deer. This will further elucidate and help learn more about the natural behavior of deer.

2. GETTING THROUGH DRYING TIMES. Otto takes us on a tour of a dam inspection and analysis of a potential leak during drought conditions. A list is provided of four things to do while the water is low.

3. LOOK CLOSELY NOW…. Lusk presents information to stimulate pond owners to begin thinking about managing their pond habitat for insects and other invertebrate life that are necessary to grow fish.

4. LARGEMOUTH BASS IN PONDS: ABUNDANCE AND ELECTROFISHING. Dr. Willis and Lusk relate electrofishing to LM bass abundance. Goals of electrofishing are presented. An answer is given for: What happens to the size structure of LMB as the bass biomass increases? Pertinent points and qualifier comments of electrofishing are discussed.

5. TO FEED OR NOT TO FEED? Mitchell presents solid evidence about how feeding fish can enhance free roaming fish populations. He discusses standing crops, quality of the ration, diet requirements, pellet sizes, frequency of feedings, nutritional efficiency, and how supplemental feeding enhances the food chain.

6. FLOATING ISLANDS. Lusk describes a new product for natural pond management of nutrients. The floating islands provide a flexible matrix substrate for growth of bog type plants to remove excess nutrients from water bodies.

7. FISH ONLY DIE ONCE. Cornwell discusses how unfavorable pond conditions for less than one hour can kill fish. This is a very good, brief water quality primer explained in simple terms that includes key terms and a few monitoring and management tips. Discussed are concentrations, ionization, pH, alkalinity, hardness, phosphorus, dissolved oxygen, temperature, ammonia, conductivity, test kits, winterkills and summer kills.

8. AQUAPONICS – GROW YOUR OWN SALAD. Lusk describes aquaponics, how it fits into the overall plan of Savannah Dhu. Included is a brief description of a home made aquaponics floating garden.

9. GENETICS OF GIANT BLUEGILL. Dr. Condello tells us about his ongoing project of breeding and growing the best of trophy bluegills. He explains how genetics is important to produce trophy bluegills and how he selects for characters of growth rates, longevity, feed training, and aggressiveness. Discussed are the importance of delayed maturity, diversity of stock, and how you can use selective harvest to produce larger bluegills in your own bass-bluegill pond.

10. THE GREAT DROUGHT – A POND OWNER’S CHECKLIST. Wyman tells how quickly wet conditions can turn to dry and water levels drop to ten year lows. He presents 8 management tasks to perform while ponds are at low water levels.

12. KNOW YOUR KEIGHBOR – A LAKE, A SANTA CLAUS AND A KIDS FISHING CLUB. Bob Jones & Chuck Ganze via K. Stelter. Keith pays a visit to Bob Jones’ place on a spring fed, 37 ft deep 19.5 acre small lake. Jones and Ganze host free fishing adventures for school kids plus play Santa and his helper while they distribute several thousand gifts each Christmas. Heart warming story.

13. IT”S ALL GOOD…News Shorts - Lusk tells an enjoyable and entertaining story about fish farmer Glen Inslee who “noodles” for catfish in this spare time. Other shorts are – Lusk House II progress, the Braesicke grandson’s first fish, Sloane Williams learn potty training while inspired by PB mag. Bob introduces us to Dr. Richard Anderson – fishery biologist and hopefully a contributor to PB magazine.

Index Pond Boss 2006

Aeration water benefits, Sep-Oct 06
Aerator Solar Bee Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
AIV – avian influenza virus, May-Jun 06
Algae characteristics, Mar-Apr 06
Algae filamentous facts, Mar-Apr 06
Algae golden Q-A, Jul-Aug 06
Algae integrated management, May-Jun 06
Algae types explained, Mar-Apr 06
Alkalinity Nov-Dec 06
Alum Gypsum Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
Ambush predator – not bass, Jan-Feb 06
Ammonia Nov-Dec 06
Anderson Dr. Robert introduced. Nov-Dec 06
Angling record keeping, Mar-Apr 06
Aquaponics, Nov-Dec 06
Articles PB format QA, Jan-Feb 06
Atlanta Pond assembly 2006 , Mar-Apr 06
Author instructions PB Q-A, Jan-Feb 06
Avian influenza basics, May-Jun 06
Bait pond first years, May-Jun 06
Baitfish basics, May-Jun 06
Bass angling to monitor, Mar-Apr 06
Bass best baitfish for, May-Jun 06
Bass flushing predator, Jan-Feb 06
Bass learning, Mar-Apr 06
Bass LM catchability, Mar-Apr 06
Bass LM eggs, Sep-Oct 06
Bass LM harvest rates, Mar-Apr 06
Bass LM predator habits, Jan-Feb 06
Bass LM smart bass, Mar-Apr 06
Bass LMB vs SMB, Jul-Aug 06
Bass proper harvest, Mar-Apr 06
Bass protected slot limit, Jan-Feb 06
Bass sampling electrofishing Nov-Dec 06
Bass selective harvest, Jan-Feb 06
Bass size structure - improving, Jan-Feb 06
Bass spotted (Q-A) Nov-Dec 06
Bentonite – pond sealer, Jan-Feb 06
Bentonite oilfield slurry, Sep-Oct 06
Biohaven – floating islands Nov-Dec 06
Bird flu details, May-Jun 06
Birds Osprey, May-Jun 06
Birds hummingbird, Sep-Oct 06
Black spot disease, Jul-Aug 06
Bluegill better growth via LMB mgmt, Jan-Feb 06
Bluegill body features, Mar-Apr 06
Bluegill eggs, Sep-Oct 06
Bluegill feeding, growth Jul Aug 06
Bluegill female examples, May-Jun 06
Bluegill genetics Nov-Dec 06
Bluegill grow giants Nov-Dec 06
Bluegill growing males, Jul-Aug 06, Nov-Dec 06
Bluegill growth – chart, May-Jun 06
Bluegill male immature, May-Jun 06
Bluegill male sexing, Mar-Apr 06
Bluegill males growing, May-Jun 06, Nov-Dec 06
Bluegill management tips Jul-Aug 06, Nov-Dec 06
Bluegill satellite, sneaker, Jul-Aug 06
Bluegill slot limit bass, Jan-Feb 06
Bluegill standard weight, Jul-Aug 06
Bob Jones lake for TPWD Angler programs, Nov-Dec 06
Brook trout spawn box, Sep-Oct 06
Bryozoans - moss animals, Jan-Feb 06
Buffer zones, edge effects, Jul-Aug 06
Calcium hydroxide – hydrated lime, Jul-Aug 06
Calcium sulfate - gypsum, Jul-Aug 06
Catch & release trout, Jul-Aug 06
Catfish channel detailed, Jan-Feb 06
Catfish channel eggs, Sep-Oct 06
Channel catfish fundimentals, Jan-Feb 06
Chara, Mar-Apr 06
Chumming birds, Sep-Oct 06
Coldwater pond food chain, Sep-Oct 06
Concentrations, ppm, ppb, mg/L, ug/L, Nov-Dec 06
Concepts of supplemental feeding, Nov-Dec 06
Conductivity Nov-Dec 06
Crappie in small ponds Q-A, Mar-Apr 06
Crappie in small waters Q-A, May-Jun 06
Crayfish – paper shell, May-Jun 06
Crayfish basics, May-Jun 06
Crayfish stocking, May-Jun 06
Creek waterway advice QA, Jan-Feb 06
Deer raising trophies, Jan-Feb 06
Deer and fencing, Mar-Apr 06
Deer video system monitor Nov-Dec 06
Deer whitetail protein needs, Sep-Oct 06
Diets upland game, deer, Sep-Oct 06
Dissolved oxygen Nov-Dec 06
Dragonfly nymph Nov-Dec 06
Dry hydrant, Mar-Apr 06, Jul-Aug 06
Earstones otoliths May-Jun 06
Eggs water boatman Jul-Aug 06
Eggs: toads, spring peepers, bullfrogs, bass, bluegill catfish, Sep-Oct 06
Electrofishing, Nov-Dec 06
ESS-13 sealant,
Fathead minnow - basics, May-Jun 06
Fathead minnow stocking, May-Jun 06
Feeders computerized- RM Lake, May-Jun 06
Feeding fish philosophy Nov-Dec 06
Feeding pellets study Nov-Dec 06
Feeding supplemental benefits Nov-Dec 06
Fertilization concepts, May-Jun 06
Fire Lusk house, Jan-Feb 06
Fish lined topminnow, Jul-Aug 06
Fish oxygen sensitivity, Sep-Oct 06
Fish aging techniques, May-Jun 06
Fish electroshocker building Q-A, May-Jun 06
Fish feeder – solar, R.M. Lake, May-Jun 06
Fish feeders computerized, May-Jun 06
Fish morality hooks, Jul-Aug 06
Fish oxygen tolerance, Sep-Oct 06
Fish record keeping, Mar-Apr 06
Fish, redear, pumpkinseed,
Fishing memories of Willis, Mar-Apr 06
Floating islands, Nov-Dec 06
Flood – post pond affects, Jan-Feb 06
Food chain invertebrates Nov-Dec 06
Food chain, Sep-Oct 06
Food habits redear, pumpkinseed, Jul-Aug 06
Food of bluegills, Jul-Aug 06
Food plot mistakes, Sep-Oct 06
Food plot size – wildlife, Sep-Oct 06
Food plots, Sep-Oct 06
French well, Jul-Aug 06
Frog eggs, Sep-Oct 06
Genetics for giant bluegill, Nov-Dec 06
Goals of fertilization, May-Jun 06
Golden shiner stocking, May-Jun 06
Gypsum Alum Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
Gypsum calcium sulfate, Jul-Aug 06
Hardness Nov-Dec 06
Hook damage to fish, Jul-Aug 06
Hooks - barbed vs barbless, Jul-Aug 06
Hummingbirds, Sep-Oct 06
Hurricane pond aftermath, Jul-Aug 06
Hydrogen sulfide Sep-Oct 06
Ice safeness Sep-Oct 06
Inslee, Greg noodles Nov-Dec 06
Inspecting a dam Nov-Dec 06
Instructions - authors in PB QA, Jan-Feb 06
Invertebrate forage benefits Nov-Dec 06
Ionization Nov-Dec 06
Jar test – turbidity Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
Karmex Q-A, Jul-Aug 06
Leak ESS-13 sealant, Jul-Aug 06
Leak pond – Bentonite use,
Leaky pond fixes, Sep-Oct 06
Lime hydrated, Jul-Aug 06
Lime types of, Jul-Aug 06
Liming, Jul-Aug 06
Lined topminnow, Jul-Aug 06
Liner – leakage control, May-Jun 06
LMB angling to monitor, Mar-Apr 06
LMB as Predators, Jan-Feb 06
LMB catchability, Mar-Apr 06
LMB harvest rates, Mar-Apr 06
LMB size structure – improving, Jan-Feb 06
Lusk house fire, Jan-Feb 06
Lusk house progress, Sep-Oct 06
Male bluegill management, Jul-Aug 06
Management - algae problems, May-Jun 06
Management – fertilization, May-Jun 06
Management - fish aging, May-Jun 06
Management – pond wind shelter, Jan-Feb 06
Management of bluegill, Jul-Aug 06
Management siltation reduction, Jul-Aug 06
Management SMB, Jul-Aug 06
Management, cold water forage, Sep-Oct 06
Methane, Sep-Oct 06
Minnow fathead oxygen sensitivity, Sep-Oct 06
Monitoring LMB, Mar-Apr 06
Mortality hook damage, Jul-Aug 06
Muskgrass, Mar-Apr 06
Muskie tiger profile, Mar-Apr 06
Muskrat control Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
Nutri-Defense, Sep-Oct 06
Oarsmen water boatmen Nov-Dec 06
Osprey, May-Jun 06
Otoliths earstones, May-Jun 06
Oxygen budget under ice, Sep-Oct 06
Oxygen saturation, Sep-Oct 06
Oxygen sensitivity of fish, Sep-Oct 06
Paper shell crayfish, May-Jun 06
Pellet feeding Bluegills,
Pellet feeding study Nov-Dec 06
pH Nov-Dec 06
Phytoplankton, fertilization, May-Jun 06
Pike oxygen sensitivity, Sep-Oct 06
Plants pond landscaping, May-Jun 06
Pond basin renovation, Mar-Apr 06
Pond cold water forage mgmt, Sep-Oct 06
Pond construction profile, May-Jun 06
Pond landscaping, May-Jun 06
Pond leak, ESS-13 sealant, Jul-Aug 06
Pond leaks fix, Sep-Oct 06
Pond liners, May-Jun 06
Pond management for spring, May-Jun 06
Pond meeting 2006 Atlanta, Mar-Apr 06
Pond mgmt – low water tasks Nov-Dec 06
Pond photosynthesis, Sep-Oct 06
Pond post flood affects, Jan-Feb 06
Pond post hurricane, Jul-Aug 06
Pond quality time example, Jan-Feb 06
Pond respiration, Sep-Oct 06
Pond sealing – bentonite, Jan-Feb 06
Pond shelter belt, Jan-Feb 06
Pond small has benefits, Jan-Feb 06
Pond Wemple profile, May-Jun 06
Pond wind break, Jan-Feb 06
Pond winterkill causes, Sep-Oct 06
Pondweeds, Jul-Aug 06
Post flood pond, Jan-Feb 06
Potomogeton pondweeds, Jul-Aug 06
Predator flushing style LMB, Jan-Feb 06
Pumpkinseed vs redear, Jul-Aug 06
Pumpkinseed, Jul-Aug 06
Rainbow trout, Jan-Feb 06
Record keeping –angling, Mar-Apr 06
Redear sunfish, Jul-Aug 06
Renovation - pond basin, Mar-Apr 06
Richmond Hill Lake stocking, Mar-Apr 06
Richmond Mill Lake feeding program, May-Jun 06
Richmond Mill Lake, May-Jun 06
Rotenone use, Sep-Oct 06
Satellite bluegill, Jul-Aug 06
Savannah Dhu Nov-Dec 06
Sealant ESS-13, Jul-Aug 06
Shiner golden – basics, May-Jun 06
Siltation abatement, Jul-Aug 06
Slot limits, Jan-Feb 06
Small pond benefits, Jan-Feb 06
Smallmouth bass, Jul-Aug 06
Sneaker bluegill, Jul-Aug 06
Solar Bee Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
Spawn box, brook trout, Sep-Oct 06
Spotted bass (Q-A) Nov-Dec 06
Standard weight - bluegill, Jul-Aug 06
Stewart Tony lake, Sep-Oct 06
Stocking Richmond Hill Lake, Mar-Apr 06
Stoneworts, Mar-Apr 06
Structure in Stewart Lake, Sep-Oct 06
Summer kill Nov-Dec 06
Tasks for low water ponds, Nov-Dec 06
Temperature Nov-Dec 06
Tiger musky profile, Mar-Apr 06
Toad eggs, Sep-Oct 06
Tony Stewart Lake, Sep-Oct 06
Topminnow lined, Jul-Aug 06
Topminnow, lined, Jul-Aug 06
TPWD Angler Program - Lake Jack Cogbill Nov-Dec 06
Trophy deer, Jan-Feb 06
Trout brook spawn box, Sep-Oct 06
Trout catch & release, Jul-Aug 06
Trout cutbow, Jan-Feb 06
Trout Donaldson steelhead, Jan-Feb 06
Trout Kamloops, Jan-Feb 06
Trout rainbow varieties, Jan-Feb 06
Trout wild feeding benefits Nov-Dec 06
Trout, forage mgmt, Sep-Oct 06
Trout, rainbow hybrids, Jan-Feb 06
Turbidity jar test Q-A, Sep-Oct 06
Turtle basics, Mar-Apr 06
Upland game diets, Sep-Oct 06
Vegetation - pond landscaping, May-Jun 06
Water boatmen - oarsmen Nov-Dec 06
Water boatmen eggs, Jul-Aug 06
Water chemistry Easterling pond, Jul-Aug 06
Water movement - cleansing , Sep-Oct 06
Water quality parameters, Nov-Dec 06
Weeds pondweeds, Jul-Aug 06
Wemble pond construction, Jul-Aug 06
Wemple pond profile, May-Jun 06
Wildlife - edge effects, Jul-Aug 06
Wildlife comprehensive plan, Mar-Apr 06
Wildlife food plots, Sep-Oct 06
Wildlife holistic management, Mar-Apr 06
Wildlife integrated mgmt. Mar-Apr 06
Wildlife property management, Mar-Apr 06
Wildlife travel corridors, Jul-Aug 06
Wildlife, landscapes- transitions, Jul-Aug 06
Winterkill Nov-Dec 06
Winterkill, Sep-Oct 06
Yellow perch oxygen sensitivity, Sep-Oct 06
Youngster’s fish stories, Jul-Aug 06
Zooplankton fertilization, May-Jun 06

Last edited by Bill Cody; 03/17/14 08:30 AM.

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