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    …their own. You will also want to fish or trap to confirm larger prey fish are not already in the pond before stocking. When to Stock a Pond Spring or fall is the ideal time for pond stocking. Temperatures are mild and oxygen levels are high so the stress factors that affect fish will be at their…
    …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 food sources are usually abundant many pond owners will supplement with fish food. This is a great source of protein perfect for those who…
  • Airmax Stock Tank Defense


    (14 Reviews)

    …Your Stock Tank Clean * Improve Water Clarity * Safe for Horses Livestock & Wildlife Airmax Stock Tank Defense contains all natural beneficial bacteria specially formulated for stock tanks. This all natural product will keep stock tanks clean clear and healthy. Easy-to-apply no-mess Stock Tank…
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    $9.99 - 29.99
  • 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 standard 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…
    …them for sport. 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: How To Stock a Pond. Creating habitats in the pond will allow…
    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…
  • Silk Stockings Arrowhead - Bog Plant


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    * Hardy Bog Plant * Leaves Add Color Contrast * Increases Natural Filtration Silk Stockings Arrowhead is a herbaceous submerged or marginal aquatic perennial. Leaves unfurl in spring as maroon-purple but fade to light gray-purple and green as the growing season progresses. Each plant produces leaves…
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  • Oase OxyTex

    …Aerator (sold separately) for a unique combination of oxygen supply water circulation and nutrient decomposition to ensure that your koi and fish stock remain healthy and thriving. Patented grass-like fiber structure provides a habitat for beneficial bacteria that contributes to a healthier…
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  • Thermo Cube Thermostatically Controlled Outlet


    (13 Reviews)

    …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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  • Pond King Honey Hole Nursery

    …diet. The mobility of the fry entering and leaving the cage becomes restricted when they grow about 2.5 inches. At this size they have an incredibly higher change of being recruited into the overall population of fish in your pond. Reducing the need for yearly supplemental stock of forage fish.
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    $99.00 - 319.00
  • If you stock game fish in your pond or lake you better know your baitfish. Used as food for larger predatory game fish these small swimmers are typically common species that breed rapidly. They're easy to catch easy to supply and easy to stock. Freshwater baitfish include any fish of the minnow or…
    …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…

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