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Seasonal Pond Control

February 10, 2017

If you are a new pond owner it can seem a little overwhelming thinking about trying to keep that pond clean, clear and healthy. You see all of the pond supplies out there and all of the technical terminology and your head can spin. But, if you just remember to aerate and filter the water, …

Building Pond Structures

January 10, 2017

Many ponds in Ohio contain little or no natural underwater structure that could, if present, concentrate fish and increase angling success. Ponds treated with aquatic herbicides are essentially without any type of vegetation that could provide structure for fish. Most reservoirs in Ohio had a┬ánatural structure (such as trees) removed prior to filling to ensure …

Ice Safety

December 10, 2016

Ice and cold water safety is important and concerns many of us who participate in outdoor activities near water. Too many residents are injured from falling through ice and exposure to cold water. Skaters and children playing near bodies of water fall through the ice; boaters and canoeists overturn their crafts; unleashed pets run onto …

Muddy Water in Ponds

November 10, 2016

Causes, Prevention, and Remedies All ponds and small lakes can become muddy on occasion due to inclement weather. In most cases, these muddy conditions are short-lived and will clear in several days if no further rainfall occurs. Occasionally, a pond will become muddy and will fail to clear. These situations may necessitate measures to eliminate …

Fish Kills How and Why

October 10, 2016

Fish die as a result of a wide variety of natural and unnatural causes. Fish may die of old age, starvation, body injury, stress, suffocation, water pollution, diseases, parasites, predation, toxic algae, severe weather, and other reasons. A few dead fish floating on the surface of a pond or lake is not necessarily cause for …

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