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  1. I've been wanting to turn my lake in my backyard into a lake to catch bass but I don't know where to start anyone can give me some tips to perhaps like make the lake more vegetation or what do I have to do to make the lake more alive

  2. How do you transfer big bass properly my friend recently caught a 4lb in a tiny pond went to transfer it to a bigger private pond and it died the next day i put some of the private ponds water and mixed it with his natural water so he gets used to it for about 7 minutes then release him and in the morning he died? Please help!

  3. So, our hood pond is about 2.5 to 3 acres. I've got roughly 50 bass in it this week, my friends caught a ton also. The pond is about 4 years old. We've caught several 1 to 2 lbs. and 4 three pounders, and 2 over four pounds. We have another pond with no fish that is like 6 acres. We were thinking of doing this, and moving some of the dinks over to the big pond to let the bigger fish have more to eat. How many, and what size should we transport?

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