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Old 04-09-2017, 02:58 PM
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Got these pics from our duck pond we recently finished up about a month ago and there is already ducks and geese using it. Ive Got a small corn feeder out in the shallow end and the ducks and geese are loving it,Igonre the time on the camera as it was wrong in those pics.Some pics you can see I've got a set of woody decoys out to help get the ducks used to the pond
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Old 04-09-2017, 03:20 PM
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That looks great! as soon as you get some nesting pairs, you will have lots of big bass bait with all the ducklings . For proper hooking techniques go to the freshwater fishing forum, there is a rather lively thread going on over there . All jokes aside, great job on the duck pond
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Get your 12 gauge warmed up. Don't forget steel shot
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That is very cool...........did you start with a creek bed? or just dig a hole?
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We auctually diverted an existing creek into the pond.we have it fixed to where we can drain the pond this summer and plant it then flood it back in the fall,I'll make a new thread about it later this week
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Alot of woodys have paid the pond a visit so far this week
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I hope the temp reading is wrong too if not we gone burn up in August..lol
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Get your 12 gauge warmed up. Don't forget steel shot
Nice pics OP.

And permitchaser, I don't normally shoot steel on my corn holes. Lol
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Well done and good idea moving the feeder to the shallower end. Great pics!!!! well done. I just bought a place and have a few pairs of woodies there and the geese are in there daily. Awesome!
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Congrats on the cool pictures..

If your shooting a corned hole, you might as well go all the way and shoot lead.
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I love woodies, beautiful ducks.
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:47 AM
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Cool pics, how big is this pond? We finished a half acre or so and have no ducks, only fingerlings and tad poles.
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