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February 26, 2018

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Paul Roberts

Hey Brian, the size factor appears to be true here. Oddly enough, I have some ponds that have maintained remnant popn's of GS, even though they are only 6 feet at the deepest (~5ac). I've only seen large individuals in them, ~12". This winter I videoed a group of 6 large GS cruising together beneath the ice in 39F water. I would guess the young that manage to survive the hordes of bluegills and little bass, die off come ice-up.

Big Indiana Bass

Very interesting, Paul. Nothing like personal observation to back up the science. Still checking out the videos as I get the time and enjoying them.

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