Not a pond enthusiast? No problem. There are many benefits to owning a pond that might change your mind.
Aquatic plants will continue to grow in your pond as the temperatures rise this spring and summer. Read about the common types and how to manage them.
Your pond bottom is effecting your fish more than you think. By varying the material, you'll be providing your fish with more areas for feeding, rest and reproduction.
Winterkill is a devastating phenomenon that can happen to any pond or lake without proper aeration. Learn how to prevent it with Kasco products.
Depth is key in any pond habitat, but the amount of depth needed often depends on the fish species and your geographic area. In the northern parts of the country, you will typically need at least [...]
Fish require structure for safety as well as for feeding and reproduction. Structure can be natural to the pond or man-made. Providing structure in several depth levels and contour areas [...]
Varying bottom and shoreline contour add to the visual appeal of a pond, as well as to fish and overall pond health. They can also contribute to your fishing enjoyment and function of your pond. [...]
Stocking fish in you new or existing pond is the best way to get your species and densities where they should be. Not all stocking is considered equal though. You will want to contact a licensed [...]
It is important to have balance in your pond when it comes to fish species and densities of those species. Too many prey fish such as bluegills and sunfish can cause them to be stunted or smaller [...]
Freshwater fish are typically split into 3 categories; Cold-water, warm-water, and cool-water. It is important to select the category of fish that will thrive in your type of pond and in your [...]