I agree bass have just as much rights to be here as trout and bullheads for that matter! :nates said:Real sportsmanlike of you and your friends. A true sign of people who care about the outdoors. : Maybe if you guys would do some research on the bass in there you'd know that they are not impacting salmon or trout stocks at all. They,ve stomach sampled over 400 bass out of that lake over the last 4 years and have never found any trout or salmon fry in them. I hope you and you're friends are proud of yourselves. :wallbash: Would you do the same thing to humans that weren't native to the area? Think about it buddy. :naughty:
No there is an overflow pipe on the south-west corner. Just north of the gate across the private road. I will be seeing one of the residents of the lake tomorrow to see if I can launch my pontoon from their place :thumbup: . I have known them for years so I am sure it will be OK. I need to get the new pontoon out soon.4x4 said:I always thought that Silvermere was land locked. The fish couldn't get out.