We have a 2 - 2 1/2 acre pond. It's around 10 years or so old and I'm wanting to do a fish survey to focus on my next steps/goals. My goals are to get the lake to a point where we can catch 3-5lb bass on regular occasion. Right now that normally doesn't happen. I think there are a number of things wrong with the pond overall, mainly fish that compete for the same forage , lack of structure and lack of adequate forage for the entire food chain. I'm going to have the water tested as well. The water is pretty clear(visibility 3-5') most of year. The pond is spring fed and has a very small stream flowing into it. Besides willows, it doesn't have a lot of places for the fish to hide and ambush. To do the things I want to do, which is make it a better bass fishing pond, I need to assess the fish populations and most likely take some of the other fish (crappies, a few grass carp, walleye) out. After I know the water quality and fish populations I can start to add manmade structure and take steps to enhance the pond. Anyone have access to equipment like the state uses to stun and do surveys? Thanks in advance!