when is a pond not a pond?

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when is a pond not a pond?

Post by arraki » Tue, 04 Jul 2000 04:00:00



A swimming hole is bigger than a pond?A lake is commonly thought
as larger than a pond,and thought swimming holes were large
puddles,but may be a southern term.Goldfissh and koi will eat any
duckweed you may have pretty fast.

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when is a pond not a pond?

Post by Cind » Wed, 05 Jul 2000 04:00:00


At places we go camping some have very small lakes.  The type of fish usually
in them are sunnies, blue gills, bass... stuff like that.

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when is a pond not a pond?

Post by caro » Wed, 05 Jul 2000 04:00:00



Quote:
>At places we go camping some have very small lakes.  The type of fish usually
>in them are sunnies, blue gills, bass... stuff like that.

thanks for the advice.

i was wrong about the dimensions of our pond, my husband says its more
like 60' x 30' x 10' deep.

carol

 
 
 

when is a pond not a pond?

Post by Lothar Voig » Fri, 07 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> the dimensions of our pond, my husband says its more
> like 60' x 30' x 10' deep.
> carol

Hi Carol,

I seem to remember that one USDA publication said above 5 acres it's a lake.
Somebody else said it's a lake if you can water ski on it.

Lothar