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  • The Pond Guy® Game Fish Grower Fish Food


    (58 reviews)

    * Promote Rapid Fish Growth * These Pond Fish Food Pellets Provide Increased Resistance To Disease * This Fish Food for Ponds is Suitable For All Warm-Water Game Fish The Pond Guy® Game Fish Grower Fish Food is an extremely nutritious and highly digestible balanced fish food. The Pond Guy®…
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  • …a Balance To properly balance your pond you should stock your pond with three prey fish like perch or bluegill for every predator fish such as bass. This pond stocking strategy will ensure that predator fish will have a bountiful selection of prey while still giving the prey fish a sporting chance…
  • Pond King® Floating Turtle Trap


    (10 reviews)

    * Protects Bluegill & Bass Spawning Beds * Holds Up To 50 Small Adult Turtles * 1 Trap For Every 4−5 Acres The Pond King Floating Turtle Trap deal for relocating turtles from an overpopulated pond or lake. Works on a variety of sun bathing turtles including the red eared slider that may…
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  • Pond King® Honey Hole® Canopy


    (1 reviews)

    …Creates Ideal Bass or Crappie Fishing Holes Pond King Honey Hole Canopy is perfect for anglers looking to improve their favorite deep-water fishing spot. The Honey Hole Canopy is an affordable vertically dynamic artificial habitat that provides coverage 12 ft. in diameter for bass crappie and other…
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  • Pond King® Honey Hole® Grass


    (3 reviews)

    * Cost Effective Fish Habitat for Large Areas * Increase Bass and Bluegill Production * Ideal for Water Depth of 4−6 Ft. Increase bass and bluegill production in your pond with Pond King's Honey Hole Grass. The dual color variations and flexible leaves imitate submerged aquatic vegetation that…
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  • Pond King® Honey Hole ®Spawning Discs

    …is a 20 concave poly disc that is elevated off the bottom of the pond on a 9 PVC stake. Spawning Discs provide a stable solid surface for bluegill bass and crappie to deposit their eggs. Other forage fish including fatheads and threadfin shad will use the under side of the disc to attach their eggs.…
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    $89.00 - 259.00
  • …fathead minnows golden shiners creek chub and white suckers. Let's learn more about these specific types of fish and how to fatten them up for your bass and trout.Fathead Minnow The fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) is a species of temperate freshwater fish whose natural geographic range extends…
  • Hydro Glow Underwater LED Fishing Lights


    (1 reviews)

    …Great for targeting speckled trout red crappie and shrimping. If you are looking for something more versatile the 20-watt 2-foot long light is for targeting both freshwater and saltwater fish. For deep-ocean or deep lake fishing use the 4-foot long light to target striped bass walleye and swordfish.
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    $79.95 - 189.95
  • …must have the correct ratio of predator fish such as bass or walleye. We recommend a 3 to 1 ratio between prey and predator. This means for every 3 prey you need one predator. For example if you stock 150 bluegill you will want approximately 50 bass. They should be around the same size as the hybrid…
  • MossBack Fish Habitat™ Spawning Bed

    * Increases Fish Production & Breeding * Ideal for Bluegill Bass & Crappie Eggs * Resembles the Look & Feel of Natural Cover The MossBack Fish Habitat Spawning Bed is the perfect solution to encourage breeding in depths of 2 to 6 feet when spawning substrate isn't available. This Instant…
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  • …a body covered in taste buds. Catfish have little effect on the predator-prey relationship in freshwater environments comparative to predators like bass or prey like bluegills. To supplement the natural diet of the catfish in your pond we recommend adding Airmax® EcoBoost™. It adds more…
    …for your fish to detect as it has a scent sound and vibration. The height of each individual sense depends directly on the type of fish. * Sight: Bass have sharp eyesight to easily ambush prey concealed in submerged weed beds. Catfish are very sensitive to light due to their bottom dwelling nature…