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Grass Carp- Fish

Triploid Grass Carp

Used as a biological means of aquatic weed control in farm ponds and lakes. In most cases, if stocked at a rate of 10-15 per acre, these fish can control all of your weed problems within a year’s time.

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Channel Catfish

Channel catfish are a fun and easy fish to stock in your pond. The stocking rate truly depends on the pond owner and how much they like to catch catfish.

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Largemouth Bass

We carry the F1 bass fingerlings. These are available in the spring of the year (May) Bass should be stocked at a rate of 35-50 per acre. For trophy bass ponds you want to stay closer to the 35 per acre.

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Shellcracker (Redear)

A fun sunfish to catch. Best if stocked in ponds 3 acres or larger but can be stocked in smaller ponds. Should be stocked as a supplement to bluegill population no greater than 10% (EX. 1000 fish 900 bg and 100 sc)

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Crappie or white perch are a fun sunfish to have in your pond or lake. They do better in larger bodies of water, 3 acres or more, but can be found in smaller ponds.

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Threadfin Shad

Shad are an excellent source of forage for farm ponds and lakes. Size ranges from 1-7 inches. A load of shad consist of 7-10,000 fish and a single load will treat up to a ten acre pond.


Hybrid Bream

A cross between a bluegill and green sunfish. This fish is aggressive and fast growing eating natural foods and processed feeds. Hybrids grow about the same as bluegill, maybe a bit faster.



This is the life blood of all good ponds or lakes. The bluegill AKA Copper nose/Bream is a sunfish that most people identify with in a fishery. This is a food source for your bass population and for the supper table.

Redbreast Fish

Red Breast

If redear, redbreast, and/or hybrid bream are desired, put 20% of these to the number of bluegill stocked.

Pond Fish & Management Consulting

Contact Owen & Williams for consulting on all aspects of lake management including:
  • Control of aquatic weeds and algae
  • Electro-shocking (Determination of fish species, sizes, and population)
  • Analysis of water quality
  • Use of aeration and fertilizers
  • Recommended feeding and stocking rates

Not sure what your exact pond management needs are? We can Help!

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