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  1. I need to start over first and obviously could use some expert advice. Is there anyone here who has had long term success with goldfish in a natural pond environment? Once I get the problems solved, will need to restock. I have a minnow trap that won't take large fish. Would rather transplant from a natural environment where fish have largely lived on aquatic plants and algae. I'd like to stick with common goldfish as these are normally the hardiest and easy to keep. These fish lived for over a decade until this winter when they just started dying off. The death rate appears to be total. LCS seems to be very successful with their ponds. Are there any LCS fish pond volunteers who might be willing to take a look at things and give some guidance? Gracias!
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