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Goldfish Pond Filter

    …Most people drain their ponds for easier access to the entire pond. If you are not up to the task then perform at least a 20% water change. * Seed & Start Your Filters: Once you refill the pond replace or clean filter media pads and secondary media like The Pond Guy BioBalls. Use Microbe-Lift…
    …places to overwinter your fish. Koi and goldfish begin their wintertime dormancy at about 45 degrees Fahrenheit so it's best to choose a space that hovers at about this temperature or above. Here's what we recommend. Lower The Water Level in Your Pond If you plan to shut-down your water garden…
    …Look closely in your filter and you'll probably see some of these worm-sized mud huts. A Tasty Fish Treat Don't worry: These little guys won't harm your pond or your fish. In fact if one wriggles its way into your pond it will be a welcome treat for your fish. Goldfish and other smaller fish…
    …shape of your pond and are often decorated with rocks streams and waterfalls. Rubber lined ponds are generally larger in size and utilize waterfalls pressurized filters and bog plants to provide circulation and filtration. These ponds can contain many colorful koi or goldfish as well as a variety…
    …attaches themselves to surfaces (rocks plants filter media etc.) and eat away excess nutrients. Aeration – Promotes pond and fish health. Waterfalls and fountain sprays alone cannot produce enough oxygen but aeration kits like the The Pond Guy Pond Aerator or PondAir will do the trick.…
    …never come out it almost defeats the purpose of having koi or goldfish in your pond! Here are a few reasons why your fish may be hiding. New To The Pond It's tough to move into a new pond. If you've recently added new koi or goldfish to your water garden you can expect them to be a bit shy or…
    …muck. * Filtration – Filtering your water keeps it clean healthy and safe for all your aquatic friends. Ponds with heavy fish loads or debris need more filtration than the average pond. If you do not think that your current filter meets the current needs of your pond it is time to consider…
    …nuisance to pond owners especially in the summer. Sunshine warm temperatures reduced oxygen levels and an abundance of nutrients nurture the tiny organisms and in no time they may take over your pond. Algae Explained Algae does not have a defined root system and often floats on the pond's surface in…