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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Keep Cover out of Your Trophy Bluegill Pond

It’s widely known that adding cover, whether it be natural in the form of cedar trees (our favorite) or chunk rock, or man-made such as PVC or rubber “trees,” can improve a pond being managed for trophy bass.  The cover affords protection for forage species such as bluegill and shiners, and lessens the likelihood that Read more…

What to Look for When Stocking a Pond Part II

Stocking a pond can be done hastily and without much thought, or it can be done meticulously with a good deal of forethought and planning.  Just like anything else, the more thought you put into it, the better results you generally can expect to get.  Today I’m going to let you in on a couple Read more…

What to Look for When Choosing a Company to Stock Your Pond

It only takes a few minutes to stock a pond, but that few minutes will have a lasting impact on the quality of fishing in the pond for years to come – for good, or bad.  So how do you make the right choice of all those companies trying to sell you fish?  Fish are Read more…