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Are Channel Catfish Good for Ponds?

Are Channel Catfish Good for Ponds?

  Channel catfish are a popular food and sport fish, which means they’re stocked in ponds across the country. In fact, many private ponds are...

Building a Bass Pond

Building a Bass Pond

Bass Pond Design Tips and FAQs Building your own bass pond will offer years of family fun—as well as a never-ending supply of fresh fish....

IS ALGAE GOOD IN YOUR POND?

IS ALGAE GOOD IN YOUR POND?

Algae can play a vital part in the health of your pond. The right algae (in the right amounts) can introduce fresh oxygen to your...

Can You Aerate a Pond Without Using Electricity?

Can You Aerate a Pond Without Using Electricity?

Pond owners frequently explore new ways to enhance the quality of pond water while, at the same time, keep operating costs as low as possible....

How Does a Pond Fountain Work?

How Does a Pond Fountain Work?

  A natural or human-made pond increases property values and can become an excellent area for entertaining or thoroughly enjoying nature. Although pond water does...

Choosing the Right Rope and Method for Your Fountain Anchor

Choosing the Right Rope and Method for Your Fountain Anchor

Fountains and aerators add beauty and functionality to ponds everywhere, but they’re not as low-maintenance as some people think. When installing a water feature, it’s...

How Long Should I Run My Pond Fountain?

How Long Should I Run My Pond Fountain?

  Installing a pond fountain is a great way to take care of your pond while enhancing your enjoyment of it. A fountain is a...

How Do You Secure a Pond Fountain?

How Do You Secure a Pond Fountain?

Ponds add beauty, value, and enjoyment to a person’s property, but only if they are clean and algae-free. It does not take long for the...

How Can You Prevent Summer Fish Kills?

How Can You Prevent Summer Fish Kills?

When summer temperatures soar, you can protect your pond fish with proper maintenance and an aeration system that keeps oxygen flowing through their gills. Fish...