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Channel catfish is one of the three most commonly stocked fish species in Southern Great Plains (largemouth bass and bluegill are the others). Properly managed channel catfish provides an enjoyable sport fishery with relatively predictable results.
Sport fishing is a common recreational use of many ponds. This handout highlights items that pond managers should consider when managing a pond for a quality largemouth bass sport fishery.
Here’s how to identify the American lotus (Nelumbo lutea) plant and manage it to protect more desirable aquatic vegetation in your ponds and lakes.
Late-summer fish die-offs are often the result of low dissolved oxygen in farm ponds. Follow these management tips for a healthy pond environment.
To attract more ducks to your pond, manage for clearer water, less disturbance and more duck food.
Inappropriate organisms, or the microscopic hitchhikers on them, intentionally released in associated water or on equipment can create havoc in a pond, such as harming desired fish populations, introducing diseases or establishing invasive species.
Plants in the pond can be beneficial or not so beneficial, and the key to knowing which is proper identification. Join consultant Will Moseley to learn about aquatic vegetation commonly seen in ponds and how manage them. You’ll have the chance to ask questions and engage in online discussion during this livestreamed event.
Do you want to catch bigger bass from your pond? If so, you’ll want to join consultant Steven Smith to learn what tools and techniques you can use to improve the quality of fish in your pond. You’ll have the chance to ask questions and engage in online discussion during this livestreamed event.