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Q: Can adding a pondless waterfall next to an inground pool create problems?

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Probably shocking it and adding an algaecide wouldn't hurt.

If it is a rather large waterfall, the water is filling up the bowls in the waterfall till it spills over back into the pool. If you have to keep adding water after using the waterfall it could be a leak in the waterfall itself. If you don't have to add water when the waterfall is not in use and you do when you use it, well, guess what? Probably a leak in the waterfall. If it is a natural rock waterfall look for cracks in the grout between rocks. If artificial rock, look for cracks everywhere.

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You must go to Mt. Coronet and start going up the trail to Spear Pillar. However, when you get to the waterfall inside the mountain, use Waterfall and go up it. After you do, whip out your Super Rod and go fishing right on the W edge of the Waterfall, facing out. (edit by Pree2: just adding that use a max repel to increase the chance of dratini apearing! Good Luck!)

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you call them problems because you need to figure it out and it could come in your life and you have to figure it out

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