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GB, large mouth can raise havoc in a pond or lakes, not bad if you're into large mouth, more lakes up north have been taken over by them, lakes that were known for walleye or northern aren't like they were before, when the Dnr stocks lake they have to be bigger than fingerlings to survive, sounds like the flood didn't help you much either.