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Stockin a pond #13461582 03/05/20 08:43 PM
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Anybody got any info where a buddy of mine can get some florida fingerlings . He has a couple of pools that he had dug out and cleaned up and wants to put pure floridas in them

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Call Mike Frazier with camelot bell. I know his were pure Floridas

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Overton’s in Buffalo will have the Camelot Bell fingerlings in June, DNA tested pure Florida. I stopped by there yesterday and it’s a nice operation. I have a couple of tanks I’m stocking right now, they are highly recommended. Now is the time to stock your bluegill and fathead minnows to get your forage base. Give those bass 1000 bluegill and at least 10 pounds of fatheads per acre to get them going.

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Re: Stockin a pond [Re: Kodyjoe] #13461805 03/06/20 12:20 AM
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Will give him the info. Thank yall

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There’s also a place in CSTAT don’t know if they sell pure Florida’s though...


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+1 for Overton’s, good people to do business with. I restocked my pond with baitfish, bluegill and tilapia from them last year


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Re: Stockin a pond [Re: Kodyjoe] #13461873 03/06/20 01:14 AM
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Start with the baitfish first, give them time to establish before stocking bass. I know it's not your question but just a piece of advice.


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We used Overton's for Camelots now called Lonestar Legacy. As Mentioned above stock your baitfish first and let them get establish. On our 15 acre lake the baitfish had 3 yrs to establish themselves before we stocked our bass. Results have been great.

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