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.
Phragmites is a threat that requires control to maintain healthy native communities around ponds, along lakeshores, and in wetland areas.
If you have an aeration system running on your pond and you haven’t given it any attention yet, now is a great time to service the unit!
Instead of waiting and discovering the problem in the spring when it is too late, install an aeration system in the winter.
As with the beginning of any new season, there are a few steps you should take now to ensure that your pond gets off to a good start.
With an early(ish) spring this year, we are getting quite a few inquiries about early-season algae issues.
Winter Fish Fill is a frustrating and disappointing moment, but it can be prevented from happening again in the future.