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#11782368 - 08/17/16 01:22 PM New fish and floods
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Registered: 08/11/09
Posts: 7153
Loc: Albany
I stocked several hundred black crappie, bluegill and fathead minnows in April and in May and June the rains came.
Water ran over my spillway for almost 2 months at a high rate and still is a little.
Pond is 4 acres and backs a creek up about 3/4 mile.
Did I lose everything?

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#11782398 - 08/17/16 01:37 PM Re: New fish and floods [Re: 9094]
slymer Offline
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Registered: 06/28/07
Posts: 165
You lost some but losing all is unlikely. Back in June after we had a heavy rain I found a 8" crappie in the grass that came out of a neighbors pond.

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#11785506 - 08/19/16 08:20 AM Re: New fish and floods [Re: 9094]
Dave Davidson Offline
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Registered: 04/13/05
Posts: 591
Loc: Hurst and Bowie, Texas
GENERALLY and MOSTLY, fish go upstream in a flood. You will more than likely find that your fish are now in the creek. But, I doubt that all is lost.

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