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Old March 10th 11, 07:10 PM
rogerjackkson rogerjackkson is offline
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I have this problem, this year. We have 10 years before the pond and the fish were always fed before us found. Last year, we have a fish kill, and has all new fish this year. No one knows which one drill guide.
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Old May 30th 11, 07:40 PM
alvirrojohnn alvirrojohnn is offline
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I had this botheration this year also. We've had the pond for 10 years and always afore the angle were at the agriculture atom afore we were. Last year we had a angle annihilate and accept all new angle this year.
 




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