My boss bought a house in Flower Mound ( Denton County) at the beginning of the year. He has a 1 acre pond with a maximum depth of 16 feet. It has bass, bluegills and turtles. I took the Bass Raider out there for the first time this evening and we noticed millions of dime to nickel sized freshwater jellyfish. 5 minutes of Google research show they are not very common, can't sting humans and are indicative of a healthy pond. I caught 5 or 6 healthy Largemouth Bass on Spro jigs after the Cowboy game.
Does anyone know if bass eat freshwater jellyfish? Does anyone have experience with this?
Yes, name: Craspedacusta sowerbyi occupies a range of freshwater habitats. Most commonly found in shallow, slow moving or stagnant artificial water bodies such as ornamental ponds, reservoirs, gravel pits, and quarries. Google a mans best friend.