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    Cunningham sed pond

    Checking to see if anyone knows if the sediment pond northwest of Cunningham (NOT Lonergan) is also being drawn down and treated. This is the pond on the northwest corner of 96th and Bennington road. Thanks!

    #2
    D-4?

    No.

    Daryl B.
    Daryl Bauer
    Fisheries Outreach Program Manager
    Nebraska Game & Parks Commission
    daryl.bauer@nebraska.gov
    http://ourdoornebraska.ne.gov/blogs/category/barbs-and-backlashes/

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      #3
      Sorry don't know the official name and I haven't seen a name on the gate where I park and walk back to the lake. I think it may be D 4.... thank you.

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        #4
        Originally posted by whitetips View Post
        D-4?

        No.

        Daryl B.
        This one Whitetips.
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          #5
          That's the one...D-4.

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            #6
            Originally posted by whitetips View Post
            D-4?

            No.

            Daryl B.
            I'm curious as to the reasoning behind that?

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            • whitetips
              whitetips commented
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              No carp.

              Daryl B.

            #7
            That lake is significantly above Cunningham lake. While the zebras could make it up to the dam of D-4, I do not think they would be in the lake itself unless transported by another method.


            This is me guessing of course, as to why D-4 is not being treated.

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              #8
              Originally posted by Springer owner View Post
              That lake is significantly above Cunningham lake. While the zebras could make it up to the dam of D-4, I do not think they would be in the lake itself unless transported by another method.


              This is me guessing of course, as to why D-4 is not being treated.
              What about the carp eradication aspect?

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                #9
                Off topic, but does D-4 have safe ice right now given it’s a smaller body of water?

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