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Thread: Mosquito fish

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    lulupalooza's Avatar
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    Mar 2008
    Evans, GA

    Mosquito fish

    Need a little advice here. As it stands right now the i/g pool at our rental house is just sitting open and is basically a bull frog pond. I was wondering if it was worth putting those mosquito fish in as the mosquitos will be really, really bad over there in the near future. Or should I just get it covered up and let it be?
    *~ Laura ~*
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    AnnaK's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    Eastern Pennsylvania
    Is there a reason why you wouldn't want to or be able to maintain the pool chemistry so it doesn't turn into a pond?
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    12,000 gal AGP, Hayward sand filter, Pentair 2-speed pump, timer.
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    krcossin's Avatar
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    May 2007
    Detroit Burbs

    Re: Mosquito fish

    They seem to be working: ... 2k_BIDW7oF

    Personally, I'd rather take some time and a little money to enjoy it if possible. Might even help find a new renter if they see it sparkling instead of seeing it as a toxic dump. Install one of those Liquidators, fill it up set it close to correct, put the pump on a timer, forget it about it for a few weeks.
    2007 - 24' AG Doughboy Desert Spring dished 1.5', with DB Power Pak II-1hp pump, DB Sequel I Plus DE, Hayward H-Series Heater 100k + 8gal LQ.

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