Pond King Blog

Whether you are stocking a newly built/renovated pond or stocking an established pond, it is good to understand just how often...


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With owning a pond comes the inevitable occurrence of running into all kinds of wildlife. Most will be harmless creatures...


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Does your pond have what it takes to support catfish and bass? Catfish and bass both provide great fishing experiences....


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By Garrett Lee On March 15, 2019

Common Dam Problems

A good dam goes a long way towards ensuring your pond's long-term health. Here's a list of the most common dam problems...


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The wind's effect on your pond can be good and bad. The wind can be beneficial to pond owners because it adds oxygen to water,...


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Fish dying in your pond is a natural occurrence. Losing all of the fish in your pond (known as a fish kill) however is a major...


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If you’ve got a pond, chances are you have turtles, and, more than likely, you’ve got multiple species. Whether you consider...


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Pond predators can be an unwanted sight around your pond, especially if you just spent your hard earned money to stock it....


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Much like all forms of life, oxygen is vital to making your pond a healthy body of water. So how can you increase the amount...


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Kids love looking at them, and fishermen can't stand them. Turtles are no stranger to ponds and lakes all over Texas, and...


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