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Post  Admin on Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:32 pm

How annoying is it when your local lake is frozen up ! Evil or Very Mad

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Re: Frozen Lakes

Post  nickb on Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:41 pm

not fair at all... hoping to get out next week. cheers
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It will never be over!!!!!

Post  Wrongenuk on Sun Jan 03, 2010 3:51 pm

Admin wrote:How annoying is it when your local lake is frozen up ! Evil or Very Mad

Just a few miner details i could point out to you fella me lad...

1,If you log in my site now and again,as registering is not all you do lol
and you could of found that out without going down there...
2,Ive been popping down there every other day ,keeping an eye on the water.
3,A phone call to me could of told you this..as well again save you a trip...lol
4,Goes both ways dont it lmao
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Post  eurajohn on Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:32 pm

Not as annoying as when it's your own lake and you've still got maintenance to do! first ice just before Christmas thawed for 3 days now solid again!! Forecast doesn't look good for at least another week yet. Managed to get 25% of the area treated with micro chalk last week. Still no grass to cut!!! (indoors on computer all day today).
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Re: Frozen Lakes

Post  Wrongenuk on Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:37 pm

Just been looking at your puddle on your website mate.The stocking program and netting program was a bit confusing to me(honest)

Its ok ive just worked out what youve got in there hence the editing of my post...
about 85 carp in there thats a lovely runs water aint it..
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Confused?

Post  eurajohn on Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:54 pm

Exactly what has confused you? All of the stock weights can (and will if needed) be verified by the registered French fish farmer that supplied them. Not all of the fish stocked are pictured as most people only want to see the larger ones. I still have more fish on order but at the moment the bad conditions have delayed the delivery.
What we ain't got are any "nuisance" fish (to use your phrasing).
Apologies if my description of lake offends your understanding of my "puddle".
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Re: Frozen Lakes

Post  Wrongenuk on Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:02 pm

To use my phrasing? what you going on about..I was only asking
Dont tell me your on the defence already..
If you read my first post again ive now realised your stock...
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Not confused now

Post  eurajohn on Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:10 pm

Just seen your edit.

That's about what we have aimed at, a French venue that caters for anglers wanting a pleasant relaxing holiday break, that's secure with reasonable facilities but most importantly the opportunity to catch quality fish, even if they don't have the necessary skills to fish a big water, ideal for a Dad wanting to have some quality time with Son (or Daughter) and maybe even Wife or Girlfriend, or maybe even a couple of pals that are tired of the large difficult venues.
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Post  eurajohn on Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:14 pm

Sorry Mate, you obviously edited your original while I was writing my reply (first one) it was the bit that you removed I was refering to; you asked what have or ain't you got.

No offence meant.

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Re: Frozen Lakes

Post  Wrongenuk on Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:29 pm

No worrys mate and good luck with your water,not something i would visit myself and could see other enjoying the water and you hosptality..
And with the upmost respect because i dont want this to turn into another argument..

Just thought that was alot of fish for a water that size...
It just amazes me the amount of fish that can be stocked what is the rule of thumb and what advise have you been given on stocking??
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Post  Wrongenuk on Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:50 pm

Wrongenuk wrote:It just amazes me the amount of fish that can be stocked what is the rule of thumb and what advise have you been given on stocking??

Maybe the rule of thumb is dont ask and dont get into anything with wrongenuk...??
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Re: Frozen Lakes

Post  carpquarry on Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:11 pm

HI John
Had a look at your website and it looks like a very nice little lake as regards fish stocks I dont think you want to put any more in once you get the next lot the numbers are right for a runs water you will have trouble getting the fish over 50lb with the stock but i take it you know that, when you start to have fishermen there in the summer when hot just make sure you have something in place to oxygenate the lake. I know most people think its a get rich quick having a lake but its not when you go into the investment. Good luck to you and your family.
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Biomass

Post  eurajohn on Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:19 pm

The advice we've worked on suggests that how many fish you can have is determined by the "biomass" in the water and how you look after the water quality. Basically get rid of the small stuff, have a reasonable head of predators to manage the balance, feed sufficient quantity of quality food to supplement the naturals and manage the water quality / oxygen levels; in return your expensive stock will thrive and increase in weight. Downside of that is that as the owner you can't just sit back and enjoy / reap the benefit, hence my original post, reference the work that needs to be done.
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Re: Frozen Lakes

Post  eurajohn on Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:25 pm

Thanks for that comment Gordon.

wrongenuk, I started my reply to your question and before I could finish was called to the table for dinner and I daren't keep the boss waiting. I will always respond to any question you or any other ask me.

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Post  Wrongenuk on Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:44 pm

eurajohn wrote:wrongenuk, I started my reply to your question and before I could finish was called to the table for dinner and I daren't keep the boss waiting. I will always respond to any question you or any other ask me.

Think thats me jumping the gun,just expecting, well after my last Episode with a certain idiot in france, just thought i was stepping on toes in asking..sorry mate..

what gordan said i couldnt of put it better..and never keep the other half waiting for sure
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