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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Here is my pond. It has fish and draws a lot of wildlife...


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    Does that pond have a name...like perhaps one of the Great Lakes?

    Do you still have that swamp? Haven't heard any good swamp creature stories in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Does that pond have a name...like perhaps one of the Great Lakes?
    Seriously. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Does that pond have a name...like perhaps one of the Great Lakes?

    Do you still have that swamp? Haven't heard any good swamp creature stories in a long time.
    We live on Larks Lake out in a very secluded area. The distant shore is about a mile across from us. When we came into the pastorate at our church there was a couple that wanted us to rent the place. Itís an outdoors paradise about 10mi from the church which is also out in the boonies a little ways.

    The well known Pleasantview Swamp is near us. I deer hunt the swamp because no one wants to hunt it. Our propery is large enough that you just never know what is going to walk across the yard. I had a wolf encounter at night in our back yard off the road. We had a bear in our front yard just off the deck last August. I wont mention the cougar sightings or Lynx noises. We love it here.

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    This is our road and backyard. I deer hunt in there.

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    This is our little lake:

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    This is our road and backyard. I deer hunt in there.

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    This is our little lake:

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    Beautiful

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    This is a 280 acre lake good fishing

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    No pond as per, but I’m working on a vernal pool. It had been full of water up until a while ago. We did not have much snow, and so far, not much rain either. Water seems to be draining quickly this spring.

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    Everybody in South FL "lives on the water", translation: nearby pond.

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    My lakeside (big pond) frontyard is going to be a pond and mosquito breeding area. I could open a kayak livery right off the front deck.

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