So, I'm pumping a TON of bread, fish pellets and most of all Ole' Roy into Lake Homeslice. And the fish have responded INCREDIBLY. Over the next few days/weeks I will be giving more detailed reports. However, one thing I know that might further benefit Lake Homeslice is aeration. In some lakes I've noticed they have some huge thing that sprays water out of the lake into the air, where it is aerated as it rises and then falls back into the lake.
Unfortunately, Lake Homeslice does not have this. I know some of you in the past have indicated that lake aeration is one of the most important, or the most important, factor in determining the mass of fish and other relevant life that can live in the lake (maybe behind only the amount of food, which I am taking care of).
So, any idea how much aeration a lake like Lake Homeslice could use? I was looking at these, that seem to have a VERY good gallons of air per watt ratio:
Let's say I got like 4, 5 or 6 of those lined up on a little cart, plugged into a generator, hooked up to a little cart. If I brought those over to the lake say an hour or two a day, would those provide the lake a tangible, significant benefit? Or would that really be too little? If too little, what WOULD it take?
P.S. white347lx, hoping to hear from you, I think you were one of the guys that told me about this issue!!!