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I have googled this for an hour and all I can find is product in the UK. I am looking for some sinking type pellets to use in some ponds freshly stocked(westslope cut throat trout Montana). I need around 400 lbs to start off with. Thank you for the help.

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depending on where youre located if you are in southern california area you can get some from Magnolia Bird Farm there is one in anahiem and another in riverside --the riverside one is big im sure they have it

i dont know where to get sinking trout pellets but we use the floating trout chow for our koi fish, and anything else in there--they eat it fine
 

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http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0oGkwN7DjFIXi8AQHJXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTEyYXRhb2dpBHNlYwNzcgRwb3MDOARjb2xvA3NrMQR2dGlkA0Y2NTRfNzc-/SIG=12cm7ubg3/EXP=1211260923/**http%3a//www.baitfeedonline.co.uk/acatalog/Pelletsstd.html
 

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purina makes "trout chow" in 50 pound bags. my dad gets them from a local feed store in lomita. i don't know what he pays for it, but i swing by and grab a baggy full before every trip to the sierra so the kids can feed the fish in the ponds at snowcreek in mammoth.

i'm sure if you contacted the folks at nestle (they own the purina name) they can help you with the quantities you seek...

just my $0.02.

"smeg"
 
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