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  • Airmax WipeOut Aquatic Herbicide


    (57 Reviews)

    …freshwater farm ponds and lakes with minimal water outflow that battle persistent pond weeds year after year. WipeOut weed killer has no temperature swimming boating or livestock restrictions and can be applied early in the season at the first sign of weed growth. This systemic fluridone herbicide…
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    $89.99 - 1599.99
  • Floating Pond Bubble


    (8 Reviews)

    …or 28 Diameter This unique transparent ball floats on the pond and allows your koi or goldfish to take a peek above the water's surface. Fish will swim into the dome where you can watch their behavior and monitor their health on a daily basis. The Floating Pond Bubble is a great addition adding a…
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  • …(or more!) leeches stuck to your leg. And while they aren't necessarily bad for your pond or lake they can be a nuisance if you use your pond for swimming or water sports. So what are pond leeches where do they come from and how do you remove them from your pond?What Does a Leech Look Like? Leeches…
    …you can pull on your waders and head out to your own pond whenever the fish are biting! * Provides water fun for everyone: From paddle boating and swimming in the summer to ice skating and ice fishing in the winter a pond or lake will be sure to satisfy just about any outdoor adventure. But remember…
  • 90° Thru-Liner Bottom Drain

    Install a bottom drain to help remove debris off the bottom of your pond or water feature. For use on ponds with pond liners helps debris to be removed from the bottom of the pond. Connect to pump via 3 PVC ABS pipe or swimming pool flex hose.
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  • Most people are well aware that fish - most of them anyhow - swim in tightly-knit groups known as schools. But when pressed for a rationale few people know exactly why fish are so intent on sticking together. As it turns out school is just as smart for fish as it is for people - but for some very…
  • Jenlis Muck Razer Replacement Head

    Replacement head for the Jenlis Muck Razer. Designed with 11 rows of hooked teeth made of galvanized steel the Jenlis Muck Razer will help reduce muck and dig out the roots of aquatic weeds giving you clean weed-free swimming and beach areas.
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  • The Pond Guy PondSkim


    (19 Reviews)

    * Great for Clearing Swimming Areas * Use From The Shore Or A Boat * Reduce Timely Maintenance Remove floating debris quickly with The Pond Guy PondSkim Debris Skimmer! Simply drag across the surface of the water to collect floating debris like algae duckweed leaves or dead vegetation. The PondSkim…
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  • Jenlis Muck Razer


    (9 Reviews)

    …hooked teeth made of galvanized steel the Jenlis Muck Razer will help reduce muck and dig out the roots of aquatic weeds giving you clean weed-free swimming and beach areas. Simply place the drum into the water and push back and forth across any muck or submerged aquatic vegetation. This agitation…
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  • …by the EPA include specific restrictions and precautions on their labels about consuming fish after treating bodies of water. They caution against swimming in or drinking from treated ponds within a certain amount of time after application. They even warn of soil contamination issues that landowners…
  • Power House 2-in-1 Kits Muck Mover & Ice Eater

    …Mount * Ideal for Boat Wells Docks & Swim Areas The Power House Muck Mover and Ice Eater's adjustable desgin allows you to create directional water movement under the water's surface. The directional water flow will help move muck away from boat wells docks and swim areas where muck accumulates the…
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    $1276.00 - 1926.00
  • …the water unsafe for fishing or swimming. Having a rain collection system is a great solution to filter and divert the water into a rainwater storage system for later use. The clean water that is collected can be used to water your lawn and flowerbeds top off swimming pools and hot tubs or wash your…
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