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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.

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January/February 1993
January/February 1993
Issue Date:
January 1, 1993
  • Ask The Pond Boss: A. Syrofoam blocks for dock? B. Drilling mud or sack gel fixes leak? C. Florida bass?
  • COVER STORY. SOME STATES WILL IGNORE YOUR RECORD. Discussion about states not allowing fish from private waters as certified large fish records. Listing of which states allow and disallow fish from private waters. Two national organizations allow private water fish as records. List of some large fish from private waters.
  • NOTE. HANDLE TROPHY BASS WITH CARE. Tips for handling trophy fish.
  • WINTER CORMORANT CONTROL. Feeding habits of cormorants explored. Hints for deterring cormorants.
  • HYPING THE HYBRID. Striper-White Bass bends Fishing Rods At Private Lakes. Hybrid stripers or wipers are discussed.
  • NOTE. YOUR FISH MAY ADD WINTER GROWTH. Feeding fish improves growth rates. Feeding slows in winter. Annual weight gain of five species listed.
  • FATHEAD MINNOW MAKES IDEAL FORAGE FOR BASS. Fathead minnow is profiled.
  • MEET THE TEACHER. Captive Bass Give Anglers Tips on Lunkers In The Wild. Ike Smith's mobile 40 ft aquarium used to teach others about habits of bass larger than 5 lbs.
  • NOTE: LIGHTEN UP, BUT KEEP FEEDING CATFISH THIS WINTER. Feeding of catfish in winter is discussed.
  • PLANNING TODAY SAVES YOU FROM A LEAKY DAM TOMORROW. Basics of good pond design are discussed.
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