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I am also adding depth and will begin digging new pond 4.0 in the next two weekends.
If they can't see it - they can't hunt it. I am pulling out all the stops.
Trip wire at the edges, hiding tubes and a motion sensor that will shoot it with water or anything that approaches the edge... I only want to see what I saw ONE time.
Well - I speak from experience, you can't ball bat them. I live in house with the tiniest yard with fences on all sides and overhanging tree between two garages my backyard sits underneath a bunch of phone wires running along the fence line.
My little yard might has well be West Berlin.
Well, there is this city heron that prefers man made ponds. I noticed one of my fish had been missing and I couldn't figure out what had happened to this one little white longfin koi.
I was looking for it for days.
Well, in the rain, I decided to make a trip around the back fence and I hear this woosh WOOSH WOOSH and this Pterodactyl comes out of my tiny pond and nearly knocks me out of my shoes makes two wild giant turns to clear a fence and then takes off.
In its wake - read either destruction or a funeral for some friends - I see two stabbed fish dead as doornails, a fish that wasn't from my pond dead and one remaining fish stabbed clear through swimming in circles - dying.
I was devastated. Complete destruction of 9 Koi and a bunch of really nice Shabunkins that I had owned for 6 years or so.
On top of all this- punctures in my pond bottom.
I was floored - literally - I was floored.
I tried to ambush the thing but they apparently have great hearing so good luck to you. I am thinking a snare and some tranq. darts (or a s34 oz. knock-out bump on the noggin) - I am just kidding. I think.
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