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    …and alligators. But at night they slowly cruise the river bottom in search of food. Their preferred meals are anything decaying including dead insects worms algae and fish but they'll also snap up small live fish that are swimming by if they're feeling too lazy to forage. They'll also get their…
    …that gobble the wigglers and tumblers. The American Mosquito Control Organization recommends adding predacious minnows or native fish to lakes and ponds for biological control of the insects. Remember that an effective mosquito control strategy includes preventing eggs from being laid killing…
    Learning how to stock your pond will not only bring you lots of fishing fun but it will also help keep algae weeds insects leeches and worms under control. Creating a Balance To properly balance your pond you should stock your pond with three prey fish like perch or bluegill for every predator fish…
    …predators.What Do Leeches Eat? Leeches attach to and feed on blood from a variety of vertebrate and invertebrate animals ranging from worms snails and insect larvae to larger targets like fish waterfowl and humans.Where Do Leeches Come From? While it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly how leeches…
    …that try to stray from these boundaries to keep their growth under control. Re-treat As Needed Due to the fact that pond cattails have a robust root base multiple treatments may be necessary to properly gain control. Once under control they will make a nice addition to your landscape and encourage…
    …have no trouble finding their own food and the game fish in your pond are not very picky about what they eat. With a diet ranging from tiny insects and plant matter to birds and small mammals there is plenty of meal choices for your fish to choose from. Using Their Senses Fish rely on their…
    insects and tasty fruits and vegetables the opportunistic water-loving critters will happily take a dive in your lake to hunt for crayfish fish turtles frogs and worms. They will use their lightning-fast paws to grab both aquatic and terrestrial prey. Mother Nature provides her own raccoon control
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