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New pond and looking for new residents? Have you had a fish kill and want to restock?
We can help. We'll first evaluate your water and make sure it's ready for fish. Then we'll work with you on how many and what kinds of fish you would like and your pond can hold. We will work with your budget and calculate the right ratio of different type of fish for your pond. We usually stock Bream, Bass, Blue Tilapia, Mosquito Fish, and Koi Fish.
- Keep Fertilizer away from ponds. Fertilizer in Florida ponds grows algae. If you don't want a pond with green water or algal mats floating on top, keep the fertilizer away from the pond. Remember it will rain and that rain water will pick up fertilizer as it flows into your pond so use slow release fertilizer and keep it as far as possible from the pond.
- Too much algae can cause a fish kill, especially in the summer months. Algae contributes oxygen to the pond in the daytime through photosynthesis, but uses oxygen in the night time during respiration. If there are a few cloudy days in a row all that algae is using oxygen and not replenishing it. The fish then run out of oxygen in the night time hours and die.