New pond is up and running after 6 months of labor!


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That is very nice. Love how you did your rocks.
 
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OMGOSH!!!!!!! Your pond is AMAZING!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!! It does not look like its 'new', it looks like its been there for years. The lighting is so nice.

Do you have fish in it?
 
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Thanks ya'll, I love this forum:) Yes I do have fish: Around 30 trout, 50 bluegill/sunfish, 7 catfish, a few sculpins, crawdads, turtles, snails, small mouth bass, 4 old fantailed goldfish,
and some bull frogs.
 
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Beautiful pond. Your hard work paid off!
 
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I saw a bluegill pond on you tube and saw that they can get pretty big .It was an interesting video
 

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Cody, Have you checked out 'Pond Boss Forum'. If not, do so. A real treasure trove of information on natural fishery ponds.
 
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Love your waterfall. You did a great job on that pond. All that hard work has paid off big time.
 
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Awesome pond Cody!, I myself kicked around the idea for freshwater sport fish, but went the Koi route. I kept largemouth for years in my indoor tank.
 
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