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Old 02-11-2013, 08:58 AM
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Default Re: Spring fed pond with stocked trout?

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Originally Posted by theboz View Post
Try San Juan Worms '
I'm guessing that this pond is pretty "fertile" ..... lawn run-off, ducks, Canada geese ?
If so, it would be prime habitat for aquatic worms. They're much more common than people realize.
Try scooping out a handful of the bottom muck and see what you get. I betya you come up with a a bunch of little wigglers.

I'm not much for the "worm and a bobber" tactic but if you find these aquatic worms that's exactly what you should try.
A marabou worm jig fly under an indicator.
Cast it out, give it a twitch, let it sit..... strip it in a little, do it again.
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