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Ways to Make Fish Grow

by Bob Lusk, The Pond Boss Thirty years ago, if someone wanted a pond on the farm, they simply called the local earthmover. He came out, pushed up some dirt as he dug a hole, they did a rain dance and…presto-chango…a pond. It ain’t like that anymore, folks. Today, ponds are planned, thought about and designed. Everything [...]

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How to Grow Big Fish in Your Pond

Pond and lake ownership provides plenty of opportunities for creating the fishing experience you want for yourself, family and friends. Many people who have ponds and lakes want to grow their own trophy fish to make fishing more memorable. By feeding your pond fish using the right technique, you can make every day at your [...]

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Spring Turkey Hunting Tips

Each spring thousands of hunters enter the woods in pursuit of the wild turkey. Turkey hunting is considered one of the most challenging hunts and here are some great tips for enjoying this great sport for life. Target Identification — Being 99.9% sure isn’t good enough. Make absolutely sure you see your target and that it [...]

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Building a Fish Feeding Program

By Bob Lusk, the Pond Boss Not long ago, feeding fish in your pond or lake was simple. Set up your fish feeder, head to the local feed store, buy whatever fish food they had, fill the feeder, set the timer and let it do what it does. Today’s world of pond management and fish growth doesn’t [...]

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How To Grow Big Bluegill Fast?

Do you want your pond or lake to be the go-to spot for fishing and outdoor fun? One of the best ways you can ensure a thriving pond scene is to introduce bluegill to your aquatic ecosystem. Bluegill are one of the simpler fishes to catch, and they can grow to be a decent size, [...]

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U.S. Interior Secretary Proposes Historic Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities

Thursday, April 9, 2020 WASHINGTON - Continuing the Trump Administration’s significant efforts to increase recreational access on public lands, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced today a historic proposal for new and expanded hunting and fishing opportunities across more than 2.3 million acres at 97 national wildlife refuges and 9 national fish hatcheries. This proposed rule is the single [...]

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Bank Fishing Guidelines for Changing Conditions

By Jason Sealock - Wired2Fish.com At times, fishing from the bank has advantages over fishing from a boat. The early spring and rising waters is definitely one of those times. So I thought I’d share some tips on making the most of bank fishing when the conditions give an advantage to bank anglers. The four biggest [...]

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Wild Turkey Talk

Birds are singing in the mornings. Spring is here. That means gobblers are getting fired-up. Here’s a run-down on some turkey talk. Wild turkey calls are a universal language no matter what part of America you’re hunting. Here are the basic sounds you should know: Gobble — this call is uttered by the male turkeys [...]

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Social Distancing with a Shotgun

Spring Turkey Season is Here Spring Turkey season is a great way to practice social distancing. Now that turkey season is open across the nation, here are a few tips to help with your spring turkey hunts. Where to find spring turkeys Turkey scouting is an ongoing strategy so get out there as often as you can. Wild [...]

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Producing Trophy Bass

by Bob Lusk the Pond Boss In past years, feeding fish was a past-time. Folks were entertained by the novelty of finny critters chasing floating food pellets on the surface. They had not been informed about the benefits. What a difference a few years and fisheries science has made for today’s off-the chart results for–feeding fish. High [...]

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