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  • Tomahawk Live Fish Trap

    5.0

    (2 Reviews)

    …Humanely Trapping Live Fish * Single Trap Door Helps Keep Fish in Place * Made of Steel Mesh with Top Mounted Handles Tomahawk Live Fish Traps are great for sampling or removing bait and game fish from overpopulated ponds and lakes. This rigid extra-large fish trap allows multiple fish to enter but…
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    $99.99
  • …your pond. Sometimes flooding can wash fish from nearby ponds lakes and streams into your pond. It is inevitable that over time outside fish will find a way to make your pond a place of their own. You will also want to fish or trap to confirm larger prey fish are not already in the pond before…
    …scratch you with its sharp claws. Instead trap it in a turtle trap like a Tomahawk Live Trap. The 32-by-18-by-9-inch trap made with 12-gauge wire comes pre-assembled and ready to use. Simply place it in the water partially submerged and bait with fish or meat. When you capture the snapper relocate…
    trapped in the shell. As long as the trapdoor is still in place your snails are alive and the air will work its way out. Home Sweet Home Snails carry their home on their backs. If they feel threatened they can disappear into their shells. When hungry they will nibble on the algae leaves excess fish
  • Airmax MuckAway

    4.5

    (241 Reviews)

    …including hydrogen sulfide that gets trapped in the muck causing a rotten egg smell. MuckAway precision release pellets are 100% safe and easy to use. Pellets can be broadcasted around docks along shorelines and beach areas where broken down vegetation fish waste or organic debris (pond muck)…
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    $89.99 - 349.99
  • …be trapped inside bubbles rather than turning into ammonia and nitrites. A water change will quickly reduce that foamy buildup. * Clears Water Stabilizes pH: A water change will also improve the appearance of cloudy water and maintain pH levels resulting in a pristine pond filled with healthy fish
  • Nycon Fish Spawning Incubator

    0.0

    (No Reviews)

    …Koi fish breeding with the Nycon Fish Spawning Incubator. Newly hatched fry can't swim and will need a protected area that's safe from natural predators. Constructed of fish-friendly polyster fur and fine mesh this Fish Spawning Incubator protect fry and prevents them from becoming trapped in a…
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    $69.99
  • …leeches become tasty meals for your fish. Most any fish large enough to eat leeches will eat them but you may consider adding more aggressive fish like bass or redear sunfish to your pond.* Set Leech Traps: For leeches that elude your fish you can trap and remove them with bait. Punch leech-sized…
    …have worn out their welcome you can help them find a new home by using live traps. Turtle traps can be baited with fish or meat and place in shallow areas of the pond with the top of the cage exposed while muskrat traps can be baited with apples near their tunnels. Once you have them under lock and…
  • CrystalClear MuckOff

    4.5

    (38 Reviews)

    …work to digest muck caused by dead algae fish waste leaves and twigs. Formulated to not only remove muck MuckOff also clears water removes odor and reduces ammonia and nutrient accumulations. Many ponds are constructed with rock and gravel that can trap muck and odor causing nutrients. MuckOff…
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    $13.99 - 109.99
  • …water lettuce and other floating pond plants. You might also consider using a fine mesh tent like the Nycon Fish Spawning Incubator to protect them and prevent them from becoming trapped in your filtration system. As your new additions begin to grow there will be added ammonia and nitrates in the…
    …water and shoreline vegetation. These guys chow on a variety of greens and protein including roots stems and buds as well as frogs snails and fish. Besides eating cattails and other marginal aquatic plants muskrats also use their honed teeth to cut down the plants and use them as building materials…
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