Originally Posted By: snrub

Just keep in mind the bubbles add only minimal O2 to the water. The bubbles pump lower water to the surface where the air/water interface adds the O2. The bubbles are really just a low energy water pump. It is the movement of lower water to the surface that is the key, not the bubbles themselves.

Yes Sir I understand that. Thanks so much for the input. I am trying to soak up as much knowledge as I can between trips out there! haha

Anyone have any opinion about my water temps? How is 61 degrees for trout? I am not sure what temps are at 12pm, guess I should measure that, but 61 degrees was recorded at the end of July. Should be as hot as it will ever get up there.

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