Gonna head out to the pond at 3.....

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Man I'd be there but I've already had too many beers.:) I wonder when they're gonna start biting in the tractor pond? BTW, I want to stop by tomorrow after work to sink those trees if it's not pouring out. Good luck.
 
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well what pond :p

Sorry the larger of my three private ponds. You bet there TT will be home at 4:30 tomporrow, just looked at em again as I came in from finishing planting garden stuff and thought those really need to be at the bottom of the pond LOL. Last time I was out at the tractor pond a few days ago water was 58deg and had one good takedown right when I put in pesky 1 lber missed him.
 
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Sorry the larger of my three private ponds. You bet there TT will be home at 4:30 tomporrow, just looked at em again as I came in from finishing planting garden stuff and thought those really need to be at the bottom of the pond LOL. Last time I was out at the tractor pond a few days ago water was 58deg and had one good takedown right when I put in pesky 1 lber missed him.


Cattails look pretty COOL:cool::cool: in a pond, & they provide pretty good cover...BUT YA really have to keep them under CONTROL,,,cuz they GRow Fast. & spread out reel fast.
:lol::lol:

:shock::shock::shock:
 
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Cattails look pretty COOL:cool::cool: in a pond, & they provide pretty good cover...BUT YA really have to keep them under CONTROL,,,cuz they GRow Fast. & spread out reel fast.
:lol::lol:

:shock::shock::shock:

They would be great for the tractor pond it is a very barron gravel bottom and shallow enuff ,plus with the loose gravel they could be dredged out easy if they start to get out of control, can they be bought or legally harvested and transplanted? Better bring that pole TT thinkin next trip we will be into fish.
 
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They would be great for the tractor pond it is a very barron gravel bottom and shallow enuff ,plus with the loose gravel they could be dredged out easy if they start to get out of control, can they be bought or legally harvested and transplanted? Better bring that pole TT thinkin next trip we will be into fish.

I have a smaller pond. I guess it was about 8 years ago or so. A few cattail seeds must have landed in my pond by mother nature. :lol::lol:.
Well that spring about 6 cattail plants popped up. They have multiplied more every year since then.:)
:shock:

I love the Water Lily plants. About 10 years ago i planted 2 of them. They have spread some & get big Beautful flowers every spring/summer. :D:cool:
 
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gunna be busy this next week at work so probably not much fishin time to be had :( unless it gets really nice out.... then i might have to wiggle my way out of some stuff
 

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