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Fish In Winter

    …cold winter could mean trouble for your fish. When the ice on your pond finally melts this spring you might discover that your fish and other aquatic life haven't survived the season. These winter fish kills occur when the ice prevents gas exchange and reduces the amount of dissolved oxygen in the…
    Unless you plan on partaking in winter activities on your pond like figure skating ice fishing or playing ice hockey we highly recommend running yourAirmax Aeration System all year long. The water movement created by the aerator forms a hole in frozen winter ice allowing for gas exchange and keeping…
    …begins the process of the winter fish kill. So you may ask what is a pond owner to do so the bad gases are released and your fish stay happy throughout the winter? Here are some winter pond care tips that will help you prepare. Bubblers and de-icers both keep a hole open in the ice but they go about…
    …can help take the edge off the frosty winter chill but it may cause more stress for you – and your fishin the long run. Before you decide to run or shut down your water garden for winter here are a few points to consider. * Ice Dams: In northern climates with near- or sub-freezing…
    …species live in rivers brooks ponds and even special crayfish farms across the country. Most types prefer fresh flowing water that doesn't freeze in the winter but some thrive in swamps and ditches. During the day crayfish hunker down underneath rocks to hide from predators like fish birds and…
    …home for the winter is the better bet. Also consider the type of fish in your pond. Just as with plants some fish species can be hardy in some climates and not in others. An Oranda for instance might do just fine overwintering in a pond in Orlando Fla. but up in Fargo N.D. that same fish would turn…
    …for maintaining a clean and clear pond naturally and is safe to use in ponds with fish and other wildlife. Barley can be used during the winter months when other pond treatments are ineffective. Barley products are available in a variety of different forms:* Barley straw for ponds* Barley straw…
  • Hikari WheatGerm Fish Food

    4.8

    (8 Reviews)

    …highly digestible daily diet for koi and other pond fish including goldfish. Developed through many years of breeding experience this highly nutritious WheatGerm koi food is extremely effective in cooler climates which experience a winter season. Give your koi a jump on this year's show-off…
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    $10.79 - 177.99
  • TetraPond Spring & Fall Diet Fish Food

    5.0

    (5 Reviews)

    …Of Winter * Highly Digestible For Less Waste TetraPond Pond Sticks are a maintenance fish food enriched with essential vitamins to help keep your fish well active and energized. The Spring and Fall fish food is a special blend that is designed to soften quickly upon hitting the water. In addition…
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    $22.99 - 35.99
  • …area at the bottom of your pond for your fish to gather for the winter. For added protection consider installing a pond heater to ensure a hole stays open in the ice.Step 7 - Switch to Wheatgerm Fish Food If you haven't already now is the time to switch your fish to a wheatgerm-based diet. Wheatgerm…
  • Aquascape Pond De-Icer

    …to Prevent Winter Fish Loss * Reliable Even in Extreme Weather * LED Light Indicates When in Use If you're hoping to overwinter koi or goldish outside in your pond you're going to need an Aquascape Pond De-Icer. When ice starts to form the unit will help keep a small opening in the ice to allow…
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    $143.98
  • Kasco Circulator w/Industrial Dock Mount 1 HP 4400HCID - 230V

    …efficiently in even the most demanding situations. Water circulators can keep your waterfront property clean and free of muck build-up. It can also push algae and weeds away from your fishing pier or dock and prevent ice damage to boats in the winter with continuous water movement in one-directional…
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    $1491.00 - 2624.00
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