Explore how to creating an optimal environment for bluegill to thrive produces trophy-size bass with fisheries biologist Greg Grimes. He gives insights on how to stock your pond with bluegill, setting up your pond for them to produce, and using artificial habitat in addition to the natural enviorment.
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First we got chickens, and the chickens needed a coop. So we turned our shed into a coop. When we got ducks though, what they really needed was a nice and natural pond. After doing a little research, I learned there are many types of ponds that you can build yourself, much easier than I […]
Amphibian and Reptile Groups of UK (ARG UK) is a registered charity (number 1165504) committed to the conservation of native amphibians and reptiles and their natural environment by supporting the development of a network of independent volunteer amphibian and reptile groups (ARGs).