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receiving this land was never in my families plan, I was expected to be 3rd generation infantryman. on this land includes semi mature woodland ripe for skeletal structure logs, finmere wood adjacent to the lake is well maintained and produces in excess amounts of wood, they are very good friends
 
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I realise 6 acres is not massive, but with a lake full of Springwater. it can provide a lot of food and water when filtered and farmed right
 

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Just feelin ya out buddy, it's one of those too good to be true sounding things. I'd hate to see anyone getting put out not realizing something was amiss. More power to ya, good luck with the pond.
 
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... A lake, by contrast, has an “aphotic zone,” meaning there is an area deep enough that sunlight can't reach the bottom. As a result, there are some very small bodies of water, less than an acre that are deep enough to be called lakes. fyi
 

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I know all about aphotic zones bro. The aphotic zone depth doesn't really occur in the ocean for about 650+ feet. That's pretty damn deep hey. Lakes probably gain aphotic zones a little less deep than that though, depending on a number of factors. Whatever the case, google maps shows your pond to be no more than 150 feet across at it's most, right? If you didn't have that island in the middle it'd be a whole lot different but that island means the land from the shore raises back up again obviously, that's what the island is. So that's the farthest point we can measure from, shore to island. So if the land drops then raises back up all within a span of 150 feet(that puts the bottom of the drink at about 75 feet from the shore roughly), I can assure you that pond isn't any deeper than about 30 feet at most and light is definitely finding it's way to the bottom. Ain't no shame having a pond bro, all I have is a creek!
 
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