You’ve probably seen a young bass chasing a dragonfly.  You assumed it was seeking something to eat.  The big question to ask—is that the only thing the bass has to eat?

The smaller the pond, the higher the likelihood for such an event.  Bass overpopulate and decimate limited food chains.  Soon, they resort to even chasing insects.

Survey your fishery regularly.  Weigh and measure bass.  Compare their statistics with relative weight tables to see if they are growing normally.  Conduct a sample in the spring and again in the fall.  You should see weight gain.

Call to discuss your findings.  We’ll help design a management plan to insure your pond attains its maximum productivity.