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Managing Existing Fish Populations in a Pond - Online Event

July 16, 2020
Noble Research Institute
2510 Sam Noble Parkway
Ardmore, OK 73401 
Free Event
Registration Time:
Jul 16 2020 11:46AM
Target Audience:
Landowners or managers looking to improve management of their ponds for fishing
Course Level:
Level 1 Essentials

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Event Courses
Managing Your Pond for Recreation (1146)
Course Provider: Noble Research Institute
Course Level: Level 1 Essentials
Learning Objectives: Compare tools used to monitor fish populations, Describe the importance of soil type in site selection for a pond, Apply proven stocking strategies, Understand fish population reclamation, Determine water shed physical properties and how they influence pond size, Understand how land management in the water shed influences water quality and quantity, Understand the value and benefits of aquatic vegetation, Use different techniques for controlling aquatic vegetation, Understand the role that dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, and other water chemistry parameters play in sport fish management, Demonstrate the importance of plant ID, Apply management to individual fish population, Differentiate between overflow types and there application, Demonstrate common sportfish identification

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Moseley Will

Smith Steven G
Organization: Noble Research Institute

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