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Pond Stocking

    …nearby ponds lakes and streams into your pond. Unless your pond is brand new it is inevitable that over time they will find a way to make your pond a place of their own. You will want to fish or trap to confirm larger prey fish are not already in the pond before stocking. Best Time to Stock Spring…
  • Oase® OxyTex

    …to your pond floor while increasing filter efficiency by up to 25%. Easily place the Oase® OxyTex over the Oase® AquaOxy 450 Aerator (sold separately) for a unique combination of oxygen supply water circulation and nutrient decomposition to ensure that your koi and fish stock remain…
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  • …can be a costly lesson in pond maintenance. Lastly lowering your pond's water level will make it easier to catch your fish with the least amount of stress for all involved.The Gear To prepare your fish's winter home you'll need some special supplies including: * Stock Tank or Holding Tank: The…
    …What to Feed Keeping your pond stocked with a good ratio of prey to predator fish and even adding minnows from time to time will keep a natural balance to the pond. For tips on how the properly stock your fish please read: Tips for Stocking. Creating habitat in the pond will allow places for the…
    …These animals will call the pond and your property home making it an entertaining ecosystem for your family and friends.* Becomes your own fishing pond: If you're a fishing enthusiast you probably know that there are few things better than fishing your own stocked pond. You'd be able to set up…
  • Thermo Cube® Thermostatically Controlled Outlet

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    …internal air temperature sensor turning the power on when air temperatures drop to 35°F and back off again at 45°F. Since the Thermo Cube is an outdoor temperature controlled outlet it will save on energy costs by running your Floating Pond De-Icer stock tank heater etc. when truly needed.
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  • Stocking up on fish for your pond can be fun and exciting but if you're thinking of adding bluegill knowing some of the key differences between hybrid and regular bluegill will help you maintain a balanced pond. Here's what you need to know about them and how to best stock them in your pond.What's…
    Knowing the size of the pond is important for any pond owner. It will help determine the dosage rates for chemicals and beneficial bacteria how many fish to stock and which aeration system is the right size for proper aeration for your pond. Finding these numbers is not difficult but it does require…
    …to using bait fish you have two options: stock your pond with them and keep a separate supply on hand to use when you do some fishing. To stock your pond with bait fish purchase a supply from your local sports shop or pet store and introduce them to your pond or lake after acclimating them. Be sure…
    The great blue heron is well known to many pond owners that stock their pond with fish. While they are easy to spot with their blue-gray plumage black stripe over their eyes and a thick dagger like beak they are not easy to keep away from your pond.Breeding Season These protected birds can be seen…
    …the fish species you could stock in your pond catfish is an excellent choice. These bottom dwellers live in inland or coastal water on every continent except Antarctica and include some of the most varied fish on the planet. Channel catfish the most common type stocked for sport fishing thrives in…
    …in your pond thriving make sure they have safe places to spend their time like in the Porcupine® Fish Attractor Spheres. The spheres with their PVC-pipe barbs provide a safe spawning habitat and a refuge for young fish. For additional details check out our article about fish stocking. While…