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Crayfish For Ponds

    …will help keep pond muck to a minimum. They'll entertain your kids (and their friends) for hours as they turn over rocks and hunt for crayfish. And they make for some delicious eating for you and your resident fish! These guys will dig to create burrows in the bottom of your pond - but don't worry.…
    …heron has claimed the pond they will keep flying by. Pro tip: Avoid using heron decoys during mating season which is generally April and May but may vary depending on your location. The decoy may actually attract birds looking for a mate. * Startle them with water. For ponds smaller than 1200 sq.…
    …target plants. Allow 1-2 weeks for complete control. When the plants are dead (they will turn brown) remove them with the  Pond Rake & Cutter. Dead vegetation makes a great nesting area so be sure to remove it! *  Disrupt Their Environment: Muskrats prefer ponds with four to six feet of still…