Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Healthy Ponds and Trophy Fish Newsletter

I wanted to say thank you to all of my clients this year who purchased lake
supplies or services from Herman Brothers Pond Management! I sent out this newsletter to all of our online clients and the response was actually much better than I anticipated. Here is the email newsletter:

This email is kind of long,
because I have a lot to say and I promise I will not flood your inbox with
future emails. I figured I would just pack it all into one annual
newsletter. I am reaching out to you in order to provide you with some
helpful pond management practices, to let you know about our end of the
season sale, and hopefully get some pond and fish pictures from you.

We have been experimenting with and managing 1000's of acres of water and
would be glad to help you with your pond specifically. Give me a call or
shoot me an email with all the details about your pond, and I would be glad
to help you create a customized management plan to create healthy water and
grow big fish! If you are in the Midwest and would like us to visit your
body of water for an electrofishing survey or extremely customized lake
management plan just give me a call for more information about getting on
our fall road trip schedule. We will be heading to Missouri, Iowa, Indiana,
and all over Illinois in the months of September and October.

One generalized tip for healthy water would be to apply 12 packets of HB
Blend Bacteria

per surface acre of water once the vegetation in your pond starts dying back
for the season. Our blend of bacteria will eat up that decaying vegetation
along with some of the organic muck and excess nutrients to give your pond a
great jump-start for the 2011 season!

To help us close out the season we are offering 10% off your next online
purchase in 2010! Just use coupon code HBPOND10 at checkout to save 10% off
of your entire order with FREE SHIPPING at http://products.hbpondmanagement.com/. Now is
the best time to stock up on items you know you will need in the future or
pick up the perfect gift for the pondmeister in your family.

Last bit of information for anyone still reading this far down is about our
fishing blog- http://thediaryofalakenerd.blogspot.com/. We update this blog
regularly with all of our fishing stories, pictures, articles, information
and videos. I would absolutely love to put pictures, stories, and videos of
your pond or your fish onto the blog as well. Please email them over to me
and I would love to feature them online. I think this could be a lot of fun!
Here is a pic from one of our featured properties and our latest blog post.

Those could be your fish! Growing big fish in small ponds is very possible!!

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