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Has anyone heard about this fish food that grows five pound bluegill? If it uses growth hormone is it safe to eat? Any input would be apprciated. Also would love any input on auto feeders for my half…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Walt Foreman Dec 26, 2009.

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About 1/2 - 3/4 acre, 10 foot deep retangular pond with an island on one end.

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At 7:12pm on May 4, 2012, C Barb said…

Hello my traveling brother. I hail from Amos Lodge # 13 NO,LA  AF&AM

At 5:34pm on March 26, 2011, James Micheal Landrum said…
Welcome aboard Billy to the TINY line,hook, sinker, Ultr-Lite and BIG BREAM World !!!!!!!!
At 3:49pm on March 26, 2011, Derrick said…
Welcome to the group Billy. That's a nice spot for a cleaning station, nice pond.
At 10:01am on July 28, 2010, Magnolia Rick said…
Billy how you doing? How things in AR?
At 3:38pm on February 18, 2010, THESPOONPLUGGER said…
Hi Billy. Sorry, I am not very active at this site. I live just up the road at Romance, AR. We feed what ever floating fish food we can get, usually from Caldwell's Mill in Rosebud. The fish eat it actively spring to fall but won' eat it when the water turns cold. Still, it has a real effect on the size of the bluegill in our pond. I have taken several that I weighed at or above two pounds. It took about a month before they began to eat the fish food but now they start churning the water as soon as we start to walk to the pond in the afternoon. A word of warning though, as soon as you start feeding you will make your fish bigger than your pond can support and then you have to keep feeding. I am glad we started feeding. I really enjoy putting my grand kids out there and watching them when a real monster gets on. Looking forward to the warmup that will soon be here.

I knew a lady named Betty Fason. We worked together at Land'O Frost in Searcy. Is she some one you know? Keep a tight line. Ross Benson
At 3:21pm on February 18, 2010, Jim Perkins said…
Thanks for the note. I don't get that far north except to go through Cabot on my way to Heber. I may not be going there this spring because of the water. That means more time spent chasing 'gills. That is more fun anyway.

Jim
At 5:22pm on January 23, 2010, Magnolia Rick said…
Billy we got a group started for people with pond. join us we can all lean from eachother
At 6:19am on December 28, 2009, Jeff said…
Hello Brother,

Sirkle Lodge #954
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At 6:20am on December 24, 2009, Magnolia Rick said…
welcome to the site
 
 
 

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