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Smaller fishing access areas????

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#16
Aha, thus my point that you okes rely on google too much meanwhile the Warrior something newsletter (which is not online......) did the trouble to look into these murmurs and thus I'm sharing it with you guys out of concern.
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#17
For Rip

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#18
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#19
Natural aeration is a type of both sub-surface and surface aeration. It can occur through sub-surface aquatic plants. Through the natural process of photosynthesis, water plants release oxygen into the water providing it with the oxygen necessary for fish to live and aerobic bacteria to break down excess nutrients.

Oxygen can be driven into the water when the wind disturbs the surface of the water body and natural aeration can occur through a movement of water caused by an incoming stream, waterfall, or even rain.

In other words, covering the water surface will reduce oxygen levels, increase water temps and kill plants and fish.
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#20
And Buzz, plants need UV for photosynthesis so thus any cover would reduce this!
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#21
The sheeting would get stolen anyway :twisted:
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#22
Mr Pembrook wants to know if you okes enjoyed his article that he wrote about Clan? :eusa_think:
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#23
I rest my case.......hehe!

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#24
Potential Disaster

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2015/08/1...perts.html
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