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slabscent123
11-15-2010, 05:42 PM
Where Can I get Phytoplankton and Zooplankton and how do I crate or find a plankton cloud that will attract baitfish and where can I find Chlorophyll at the lake I fish at , do I need to scout for clear water and green algae and where on a lake can I find water run off and where can I purchase a cheap underwater camera to look for plankton and green algae

Bob # 1
11-15-2010, 05:45 PM
Purchase Here
The Marine Phytoplankton Store (http://www.marinephytoplankton.com/)

Fisherman_Wantabe
11-15-2010, 09:00 PM
Ok :D:D:D:p:p

CrappiePappy
11-16-2010, 09:03 AM
Where Can I get Phytoplankton and Zooplankton and how do I crate or find a plankton cloud that will attract baitfish and where can I find Chlorophyll at the lake I fish at , do I need to scout for clear water and green algae and where on a lake can I find water run off and where can I purchase a cheap underwater camera to look for plankton and green algae

You don't need to "get" them ... they're already in the water.
You want to find a plankton cloud ... put out a light, at night, and they'll come.
Chlorophyll is in the plants & algae that are in the lake.
You don't need to scout for clear water/green algae ... just the proper depth & cover.
Water run-off can be found where gullies run down the bank & empty into the lake.
Underwater cameras won't help you find plankton... unless they have magnifying glass lenses. Algae will be on most obstacles that are below the surface of the water, but not out of range of the sunlight's penetration depth.

Class dismissed :p

... cp :cool:

Fisherman_Wantabe
11-16-2010, 09:26 AM
you don't need to "get" them ... They're already in the water.
You want to find a plankton cloud ... Put out a light, at night, and they'll come.
Chlorophyll is in the plants & algae that are in the lake.
You don't need to scout for clear water/green algae ... Just the proper depth & cover.
Water run-off can be found where gullies run down the bank & empty into the lake.
Underwater cameras won't help you find plankton... Unless they have magnifying glass lenses. Algae will be on most obstacles that are below the surface of the water, but not out of range of the sunlight's penetration depth.

Class dismissed :p

... Cp :cool:

yep :D