Pond King Blog

Fish typically become stressed during times of extreme temperatures, so we stock fish according to the seasons to minimize...


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Fishing during the spawn can be hugely rewarding but you need to make sure you handle your catch properly to reduce the risk...


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The fisheries biologist at Pond King frequently recommend stocking Grass Carp and Tilapia to help control aquatic vegetation....


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By Brad Metzler On January 20, 2021

Grass Carp in Texas

Grass Carp are a fish that many people have heard about, but don’t know if they are a good fit for their pond. Grass Carp can...


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There are many different factors that go into the process of stocking your pond. Consulting with a Pond King biologist is the...


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By Brad Metzler On December 12, 2020

Do Fish Hibernate?

Winter can be a tricky time for an angler, and even a worrisome time for a pond owner. With falling temperatures, many ponds...


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Typically speaking, when we stock a pond or lake, it is because the owner has a specific goal in mind. That might be raising ...


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Although stocking fish legally harvested from another body of water may seem like a free way to stock your pond, it can...


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When buying freshwater fish for pond stocking, an important detail to take into consideration is how you are going to get the...


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By Ethan Stokes On October 2, 2020

How to Handle Your Catch

Whether you are a tournament angler, or weekend-warrior, or a novice, learning how to handle your catch can prevent injury to...


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