Back Issues

Looking for something specific about pond management?  Chances are… someone has written about it in the pages of Pond Boss magazine.

Born as a newsletter in July, 1992, Pond Boss magazine has emerged as the go-to source for all things pond.  In our archives, we have a long list of back issues, loaded with practical information you can use. Want to know how to make a cane pole, fertilize a southern pond, figure out if your fish are growing or not? Maybe how to identify aquatic plants or how to build a beach? Pond Boss has it.  Take a look at each year’s list of published articles and dig deeper into those things you want to know.  Pond Boss back issues archives has it.  More than 110 issues* of great information, at your beck and call.

Note: * If the back issue you select has completely sold out, we will substitute a photocopy facsimile of the entire issue, bound and trimmed in magazine style.

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May/June 1996
May/June 1996
Issue Date:
May 1, 1996
  • Cover Story. Catch As Catch Can. Wade Middleton comments how fishing and boating presure hampers bass fishing.
  • Skinny Bsss? How to fix a skinny bass problem.
  • WEED PATROL. Early Weed Growth Baffles Fisheries Pros. Some pondweeds can get a head start in spring and how to combat them.
  • Bigger Stocker Fingerlings Are Better. Edwards & Jones (NC) list the benefits of stocking larger fingerlings.
  • Threadfin, Tilapia Give Spring Boost. These fish can suppliment bluegill as forage.
  • FIELD NOTES. A. Private pond managers growing in numbers. B. Bluegill alert. C. Hedlund back after surgery. D. Mercury update. E. Fishery improves in Everglades.
  • POND TO PLATE. Caveman B-B-Q Catfish.
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