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« Reply #20 on: September 19, 2022, 04:18:16 PM »

My goal has been reached. Iím now shedding them for my kids.
From what I read the mortality in operations is between 11% and 30%.
I knew when I posted this thread that there would be unwanted advice and criticism. This is normal on most forums. I also realize some guys are trying to be helpful and some just want to put others down for some inane reason. For the record I Knew about everything that was advised. I learned nothing from advisors and critics. For the record at one time I had 29 aquariums, have kept LM Bass, yellow perch and pickerel in aquariums and have had a garden pond in the back yard for over thirty years. I know about water quality. I donít know everything but I know enough. I live outside of Annapolis. Anyone who would like to see my operation is welcome to stop by anytime. Iím near the Riva Rd. Bridge by the South River.
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« Reply #21 on: September 30, 2022, 09:53:19 PM »

Shut the operation down today. Combination of water temp getting to low and diminishing supply of peelers. Have a freezer loaded with softies for the winter.  This was a fun project. Canít wait to start next year.
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