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How to Become the Envy of Your Neighborhood?

March 13, 2020

By Cory ZickertSenior Aquatic Manager/Owner When you visit your friends, neighbors or relatives' homes do you ever find yourself slipping outside to check out their backyard? What did they do with landscaping? Or what kind…

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Awesome Ponds

Bluegill vs. Hybrid Bluegill

March 10, 2020

What Should You Add to Your Pond? By Joey BergAquatic Field Biologist, Fisheries Specialist “Bluegill? Hybrid Bluegill? No Bluegill at all?” There are definitely some considerations when deciding how to stock (or restock) a waterbody.…

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All Articles, Fish Management

Permitting Requirements for Aquatic Plant Management & Fish Stocking

February 21, 2020

By Becca Gray Lake Management Technician/ Administrative Assistant Looking to manage those pesky plants growing in your backyard pond? In order to protect Wisconsin’s native aquatic plants and prevent the spread of invasive plant species,…

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All Articles, Fish Management, Pond Management

Muck, Sludge and Mud: When Is There Too Much?

February 13, 2020

by Zach Haas Senior Aquatic Biologist Did you know Mother Nature wants to fill your pond in over time, and how devastating this can be on your pond? If you didn’t, now is the time…

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All Articles, Pond Care, Pond Management

Aeration and Freeze Outs… | Winter Pond Care

January 7, 2020

If you are concerned with your pond freezing out with all of this winter's super cold temps, please call our office to speak with Joey, one of our fishery biologists. There are different considerations depending…

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Awesome Ponds, Pond Care

FREE site visits! Pond Consultations

January 1, 2020

Please visit our link to view our map for FREE site visits and pond consultations. http://www.wisconsinlpr.com/contact/free-site-visit/ Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC looks forward to assisting our current and new clients for the 2020 season!

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All Articles, Specials

Something is Fishy:

December 6, 2019

Why Fish Removal Can be Necessary and How it Works By Joseph J. Berg,Aquatic Field Biologist, Fisheries Specialist Fish treatments/removals are a part of common management practices for fisheries throughout Wisconsin and the United States.…

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All Articles, Fish Management, Pond Management