- Oct 9, 2012
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No our pond isnt rubber Mitch its made from thick welded plastic my friend, then connected to which is a bottom drain that has 12-14 has stainless steel screws connecting it to the pond proper.I'm just wondering how one determines that a koi is getting sufficient exercise.
Plus we all get a little kinked the older we get, right?
Your pond is rubber, is it not? That should break any electrical path to the ground.
I hope this is something your fish recover from.
Directly bellow that a bed of sand sat atop a bed of gravel then soil.
So as such it would have a direct pathway should it wish to strike the pond and was something we didnt factor in .
As such a million to one shot of a lightening strike is more than possible on these two fish had they been unlucky enough to had been in the direct path of the lightening strike namely the nearest fish to stainless steel at that time ,who knows I can't really say what went on but it is certaimly plausible that thats the way things occured.