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Went to the usual spot and it is almost completely wiped out. 2/3 of what was lake is now land and what is left is split into two sections with fish trapped in both. It was about a 10 acre lake but even full the average depth was around 2-3 feet. Tons of fun to wade fish though and loads of bass.

I just found this spot a few months ago and it is LOADED with big fish, now i'm afraid they are all going to die. All I see swimming around are Gar and Mudfish. I saw two dead bass floating.

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Could you should catch as many bass as you can and then transport them to another pond?

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Have any pics that sucks man

Before

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After

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Picture #2 of before and #3 of the after tell it the best. Both pics were taken less than one month apart in almost the same spot.

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man sucky was it man made pond? did the dam break what caused it ? summer will dry that thing up in no time would deffinitilet think about a plan to transport or somthing but everything iv read says that's a big no no so read up on it 1st

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The fact that you've caught adult bass is evidence that your pond has survived several dry seasons.

I wouldn't rush to judgment, because Florida is now entering the rainy season (Jun - Jul - Aug)

and if anyone has a magic wand, it's Mother Nature ;)

Roger

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I'm just curious as to how much water it takes to keep a decent number of fish alive. Every day the amount of water shrinks more and more. There may not be anything but a puddle left before it rains.

I'm gonna go check up on it tomorrow to see how it's looking.

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