How many fish can you put in a pond?

Answer In an unaerated pond, you can have one 12-inch fish for each 10 square feet of surface area. (The surface area is found by multiplying the length and width of your pond.) In an aerated pond, you ca... Read More »

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How do I add fish to a new pond?

Pond FishChoose fish for your pond that are suited for life in a small pond. Do not put fish that normally live in aquariums or larger ponds in a backyard pond. Goldfish and koi tend to survive wel... Read More »

DIY Koi Fish Pond?

Koi are Japanese carp that are larger than their cousin, the goldfish, and come in a variety of colors. A backyard koi pond is an attractive addition to any garden landscape and creates a charming ... Read More »

How to Add Fish to a Garden Pond?

Before you can add fish to a garden pond you have to create a stable pond environment. A stable pond environment is one in which water quality parameters naturally resist change. Plants and wildlif... Read More »

How to Stock Pond Fish?

Backyard ponds can provide more than just a pretty location in your landscape. When stocked with fish, these ponds can serve as a close-to-home fishing trip for the recreational sportsman. These po... Read More »