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    TFP Clear and Fish Food

    I couldn't resist posting this one after all the rain we've had. The first pic is a Texas night-crawler in our deep end (7') which is so nice to see because it is TFP clear! The second pic is just so you can get a better look at it before it goes on the end of my fishing pole. ha. This year we may keep track of how many scorpions keep falling in the pool. Hint - They are not good swimmers.



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    Re: TFP Clear and Fish Food

    Now that is a worm.....
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    Re: TFP Clear and Fish Food

    Nice pool!
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    Re: TFP Clear and Fish Food

    Wow that is disgusting.
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    Re: TFP Clear and Fish Food

    Nice, time to go fishing!
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    Re: TFP Clear and Fish Food

    You have scorpions go into you pool?? If my wife saw that, she'd make me drain and refill the entire pool. Every leaf or twig that she saw would be "a scorpion". May as well have a live shark swimming in there.
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    Re: TFP Clear and Fish Food

    May as well have a live shark swimming in there.
    That would resemble my dive trips!
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