Methane bubble under liner


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The entire pond is about 18" - 24" deep. It is on the edge so it wont be to hard to exhaust. I know what it is and how to fix it. I just wanted to know if anyone else had real damage due to it. I have heard of pond liner rising in to the air, and people losing fish. I work at a place where we sell pond products and give advice and help people maintain nice ponds. This bubble has developed on our display pond. I dont know it all so if there are anyways to prevent this from happening in the same spot again im all ears, or eyes :banghead3:
 

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I had ground water push up a linner in a old pond of mine,I had to put some flat rocks in it to hold the linner down...I built my replacment ponds a little higher,and never had the linner float again.
 
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you could probably use some pvc pipe to vent it...i guess just insert the pipe between the liner and the ground where you see the bubble...and that should allow the gas to vent
 
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