One of the questions that we get most at the farm is “What species of fish would be best for my body of water?” Bluegill may be the answer.
It is important to be mindful of how weather affects fish. As temperatures rise, dissolved oxygen levels in the water decrease.
Temperatures are starting to climb. For your fish, drastic temperature changes are not only stressful, but can be life-threatening.
It may be snowing outside today, but we know that spring fish stocking season is arriving soon, expected to begin by late April.
The right answer depends on the characteristics of the water body and the objective of the person doing the stocking.
Winter Fish Fill is a frustrating and disappointing moment, but it can be prevented from happening again in the future.
We can help you get started in the process of how to plan for the success of your fishery. Let’s take a look at common pond-stocking fish.
Sometimes winter is overlooked as a season for some great pond improvement opportunities, like the structure and cover for their fishery.
Now is the time to start thinking about Winter Aeration and De-icing to avoid fish kills and prevent damage to your property.