Small Lake Management Tips for Trophy Largemouth Bass | Pay Dirt
Season 1, Episode 15 • 9m 58s
S1.E15: If you want a healthy pond, it's important to know what's swimming around. Shocking your lake a couple times per year helps keep tabs on both bass and baitfish populations. Plus, Slade gives tips for prepping your hunting property ahead of the sale, and teases a 223-acre farm listing in Kansas.
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