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    DakotaEnox8
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    the Owner wants them gone. They are eating his ducks and fish.

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    Buckeye
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    That was cool
    thanks

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    JimNM
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    Looks like a good time.

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    Thurmond
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    One of my favorite targets at my catfish pond! They are so voracious that when I shoot grackles over the water the turtles take them down under in a hurry … so do the “big” catfish! 

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    Monkyshine
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    You guys put it on them. I like the shatter and splatter.

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    cea1960
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    how large is the pond?  seems like a lot turtles for one pond, i can see why they need to be  thinned out.

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    DakotaEnox8
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    “cea1960”how large is the pond?  seems like a lot turtles for one pond, i can see why they need to be  thinned out.

    
 its over 350 one direction and 250 the other. It’s a big flood control that has some big fish. And like I said the turtles are eating the fish. I should have specified and said eating his bait fish lol. Sorry it took a while to reply.

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    DakotaEnox8
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    “Monkyshine”You guys put it on them. I like the shatter and splatter.

    
lol

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    DakotaEnox8
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    “Thurmond”One of my favorite targets at my catfish pond! They are so voracious that when I shoot grackles over the water the turtles take them down under in a hurry … so do the “big” catfish! 

    
dang

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    DakotaEnox8
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    “Buckeye”That was cool
    thanks

    
 your welcome 

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    DakotaEnox8
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    “JimNM”Looks like a good time.

    
 it twas it twas

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    Bullfrog
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    What kind are those?

    I’ve been struggling with whether I need to thin them out of mine ponds or not. Mine are varieties of sliders we call cooters in Florida. I can’t see what harm they might do. But they are definately multiplying.  

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