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Pond Lining

  • Carlisle® AquaTough™ 45 Mil EPDM Rubber Pond Liner

    4.9

    (50 reviews)

    …Durable Fish Pond Liners Carlisle fish-friendly 45 mil AquaTough Pond Liner is the ideal choice for koi ponds and other waterscape applications. Carlisle 45 mil Pond Liner provides you with a flexible design focused on long-term durability with the added benefit of the J-Tear test. Pond builders and…
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    $29.99 - 4499.99
  • Atlantic® Pond & Garden Protector Net Kits

    4.6

    (44 reviews)

    …Your Fish * Protect Pond From Falling Debris * 1/2 Mesh Netting Allows For Maximum Visibility Atlantic Pond & Water Garden Protector Net keeps leaves and other windblown debris out of your pond or water garden. This pond and water garden net cover makes an ideal instant line of defense for plants…
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    $83.99 - 96.99
  • Power House Mooring Lines

    …3/8 Hollow Braided Polypropylene Lines Prevent your aerator fountain or dock ice eater from shifting out of a desired position with Power House Mooring Lines. Each set includes (2) 25' or (2) 50' long 3/8 thick hollow braided polypropylene lines. The mooring lines can be fastened to large cinder…
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    $18.00 - 27.00
  • …to be used in ponds no steeper than a 3:1. For example in a pond that has a 3:1 slope if you drew an imaginary 3' horizontal line from the pond's edge the pond would be 1' deep at the end of your line. Still not sure on the best option? Give us a call at 866-766-3435 and one of our pond experts will…
  • Laguna Floating Pond Ducklings

    3.4

    (7 reviews)

    …markings. Laguna Floating Pond Ducklings are designed with a bottom-mounted counter weight to keep the duckling floating upright. Two mounting rings allow you to anchor your floating pond ducks securely in place by tethering them to a weighted object using fishing line or string. Laguna Part#:…
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    $2.99 - 7.99
  • …to pick the pump that will fit your waterfall or stream. If your pond is in a drier climate and get lots of evaporation these kits are a good option to consider as they include the Atlantic™ Skimmer Auto Fill Valve. Simply connect it to an irrigation line to maintain your desired water level.
  • The Pond Guy® MagFlo™ Mini 210

    4.6

    (43 reviews)

    * Fine Tune Water With Flow Control Dial * Multi−Purpose Pump For Small Water Features * Keep In Place With Included Suction Mounts The Pond Guy MagFlo Mini 210 Pump is perfect for small water features and decorative spitters. Powered by an efficient and long lasting electric motor this…
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    $39.99
  • Alpine™ Cyclone™ Pond Pumps

    5.0

    (6 reviews)

    …Volume Waterfalls * Sizes for Any Pond Application The Alpine Cyclone Asynchronous Pumps are versatile and may be used vertically or horizontally. These asynchronous Alpine pond pumps may also be used in or out of the pond in-line (when used out of the pond they must be positioned below the water…
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    $199.99 - 449.99
  • The Pond Guy® PondSkim™

    3.6

    (18 reviews)

    …crossbar and includes a 24' pull line. The PondSkim™ can be used on shore or deployed on the front of a boat. Mix & Match! Save 10% on weed removal tools when you purchase 2 or more! Includes: The Pond Guy® Weed Cutter The Pond Guy® Pond & Beach Rake Gen 2 Jenlis Weed Razer™…
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    $149.99
  • Pond King® Honey Hole® Reed

    …* Ideal for Augmenting Drop-offs Creek Channels Provide natural vegetation coverage to protect and increase fish populations in your ponds with Pond King Honey Hole Reeds. The 8' high density polyethylene tubing provides an effective vertical habitat in drop-offs deep bay or creek channels.…
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    $139.00
  • …your pond move the plates from the deepest areas of your pond to shallower areas. This will give your hibernating fish a warmer place to hunker down when the water temperatures get especially chilly. Supercooling could become an issue if you are vigorously aerating in the deepest parts of the pond
    …our pond kits include all the essentials you'll need to get started. Step 1: Unpack Kit & Mark Area Start by deciding on the location to build your pond and unpacking your gear. Use a rope or garden hose to help you visualize your pond layout. Once you decide on a shape you like draw your lines