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  • The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool

    4.8

    (68 Reviews)

    …There's hardly a maintenance challenge this pond tool can't handle! Catch fish remove leaves debris and string algae and clean your waterfall and pond edge rocks with this 3-in-1 net brush combo. The nets and brush are all interchangeable on the heavy duty aluminum handle that telescopes…
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    $39.99
  • The Pond Guy Heavy-Duty Pond Net Combo

    4.9

    (60 Reviews)

    net extends 9'8 in length. The quick-change design makes switching between nets fast and easy. The included Fish Net and Sludge/Utility Net has a protective guard to prevent the net from fraying perfect for skimming leaves and removing bottom sludge or catching and transporting small and large fish.
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    $99.99
  • The Pond Guy Collapsible Skimmer & Fish Net

    4.7

    (57 Reviews)

    …supplies combined with the triangle-shaped net allows flexibility when trying to reach tough corners. Collapsible head for easy storage. Fine mesh skimmer pond net for cleaning is great for collecting debris. The fish net glides fast through the water and has a deeper net for trapping fish.
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    $24.99 - 39.99
  • Netting - Premium Protective Pond Netting is made of woven nylon this 5/8 mesh netting is strong and durable. It is offered in sizes of 8 x 10 up to 30 x 30 and comes with an appropriate number of stakes. * 1/8 Fine Mesh Netting - Premium Fine Mesh Pond Netting is made of small 1/8 mesh. This net
    small pond maintenance. The skimmer net is made with 1/16 fine mesh and is 15 in diameter. It is perfect for removing floating debris. The second part is a 16x16x18 deep fish net with 1/4 mesh. If you need to catch a fish for any reason or gather some debris that has sunk to the bottom the fish net
    …catch your fish. Use a fish net to gently remove your fish from the pond and place them into the holding tank. Fish may be startled in their temporary tank and may jump. Secure pond netting over the tank to ensure your fish stay inside. Step 3 - Power wash the pond. After your fish have been removed…
    …plants will put stress on your pond's oxygen levels throughout the winter putting your fish at risk. Remove leaves and debris from ponds and streams with the help of a hand net. If you have hard to reach small debris use a vacuum like the ClearVac. Step 6 - Install Aeration Kit & De-Icer…
    fish a small preformed pond liner would work well. To make the transition easier use a siphon to fill the holding tank with water from your pond. If you choose to start with tap water make sure to add the appropriate water conditioner. * Pond Netting: The close quarters might surprise your fish and…
  • Aquascape DIY Backyard Pond Kit 6' x 8'

    …Pump • Features 6 Weir Removeable Leaf & Debris Net The Aquascape Signature Series 200 Pond Skimmer is equipped with a 6 wide weir for ideal water flow and skims surface debris and funnels it into a removable leaf and debris net before it skins to the bottom of the pond improving water…
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    $919.98
  • Aquascape DIY Backyard Pond Kit 8' x 11'

    4.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …increase the oxygen levels for healthy fish and water plants. Signature Series 200 Pond Skimmer • Collects Surface Debris to Reduce Maintenance • Pre-Filters Water & Protects Waterfall Pump • Features 6 Weir Removeable Left & Debris Net The Aquascape Signature Series 200 Pond…
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    $959.98
  • …winter your fish over in your pond following these steps will help ensure your fish get that life-sustaining oxygen they will need. * Remove debris from the pond. In the fall before ice forms give your pond or water feature a good cleaning. Remove debris trim dead leaves off plants net floating…
    …rocks to hide from predators like fish birds and alligators. But at night they slowly cruise the river bottom in search of food. Their preferred meals are anything decaying including dead insects worms algae and fish but they'll also snap up small live fish that are swimming by if they're feeling…
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