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The Pond Boss conference is a family-friendly gathering

Posted on July 21st, 2009

Conf logoFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 CONTACT:

Sharon DuBose,
Pond Boss Inc.
PO Box 12,
Sadler, Texas
76264

Phone: 800.687.6075
FAX: 903.564.5173

Email: Sharon@pondboss.com
Website: www.pondboss.com

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Pond  Experts Share Expertise with  Landowners

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Attention land owners! A rare opportunity is coming your way. Pond experts from all over the nation will convene September 17-19, at Big Cedar Lodge on Table Rock Lake in Ridgedale, Missouri for the third Pond Boss Conference and Expo.

If you own or manage private recreational waters, especially farm ponds and private lakes, this conference is designed especially for you. Along with seminars from pond construction to fisheries management to aquatic plants, there will be hands-on opportunities from water chemistry to fish identification to fun fish-sampling techniques.

 The Pond Boss conference is a family-friendly gathering of people with a common interest, their ponds and what lives within. The Expo is a display of more than 25 different vendors of all kinds of pond toys and tools. From the hobbyist to the serious lake managers, this conference is an opportunity to learn more than you ever thought, make brand new friends and learn about new, cutting edge science to help you become a better steward of your land and water resources.

 Speakers include, among others, Bob Lusk, nationally-known fisheries biologist and editor of Pond Boss magazine; Dr. Bruce Condello, one of the nation’s leading experts on growing giant bluegill and redear sunfish; Dr. Jeff Slipke, Southeastern Pond Management’s chief biologist; and Dr. David Willis, head of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at South Dakota State University.  Expert pond and lake builders, Mike Otto, Dave Sefton and Michael Gray, will also be there.  More than 20 of the nation’s leading pond experts will be on hand to speak to the group and visit with each attendee.

Ray Scott, lake designer and founder of the world-wide Bass Anglers Sportsman  Society (B.A.S.S.) attended the first two conferences and considers it one of the most motivational and informative gathering he has ever experienced in his years of working with fishing waters to develop bass habitat, big bass and good fishing.

 â€œI share the belief with conference host Bob Lusk,” says Scott, “that the finest fishing in this country today is in ‘small waters’ and that there is an excellent chance that the next world-record bass will come from some private pond somewhere.  The priceless know-how offered by the Pond Boss Conference just adds to that tantalizing probability.”

Besides seminars and workshops on everything from Nuances of Ponds to What’s New in Pond and Lake Management, the Pond Boss conference will feature hands-on demonstrations of products and equipment, one-on-one discussions with experts and a fishing tournament.

For more information, contact Pond Boss magazine at (800)687-6075 or go online at www.pondboss.com 

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 NOTE TO EDITOR:  All media are invited to attend.  To receive press credentials, call 800.687.6075 or email Sharon@pondboss.com.  Pond Boss Magazine is the nation’s only periodical dedicated to managing private waters and welcomes reader input.  It is published six times per year and is headquartered in Whitesboro, Texas.  Pond Boss can be reached by mail at PO Box 12, Sadler, Texas 76264, by phone at 800.687.6075 or by email at info@pondboss.com.

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