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Locating a consultant #4578742 03/08/10 05:54 PM
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Does anyone know a good consultant that can assess the health of a 8-10 acre lake near New Ulm, Texas? I believe a combination of an infestation of otters and the drought/heat of last summer has devastated the bass/crappie population that once thrived in this lake. I need to get some costs on surveying and restocking this beautiful private lake.

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I beleive you are in South Central Texas. I would recommend Mike Gilmore. He does a lot of work in the College Station, Brenham area.

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If I remember right, beavers do not eat fish. They eat the cambium layer on trees/vegetation. Overtons would be a good place to call. Parks and Wildlife have a list of fisheries on their web site (hard to find). The fisheries in your area will be able to direct you to a pond management firm to call. Also check with your local county extension service. They are very helpful also

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+1 on Overtons. They are also outstanding.


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Re: Locating a consultant [Re: salex] #4597791 03/12/10 05:53 PM
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+2 on Overtons


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