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John Salter – Report on Fish Pond.

We are now dabbling in fish, sooo we dug a big hole! That leaked! Lined it with plastic, annnnd it still leaked!!  Soooo we then put in a concrete base and rendered brick walls , annnd now it  is ready for fish. So any readers out there who know what to do now, please come on up and tell us, we need all the help we can get.

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2 Responses to John Salter – Report on Fish Pond.

  1. Terry August 11, 2013 at 12:15 pm #

    I will be there soon. Got a pump? Need to keep the water flow to oxygenate the water.

  2. Bob Musgrove September 1, 2013 at 1:36 pm #

    Having dabbled in fish farming this is what I learnt.Give the pond 6 months to settle and food to accumulate naturally.The water must be changed and or aerated daily,not to provide oxygen but to get rid of the ammonia from the fish poo.Fish can not survive in ammonia. A constant flow of water is best.If you overstock the fish will not grow, as they naturally inhibit growth if there is not enough room.If fresh water cormorants discover the pond they will clean it out in days.You may need netting. Do not put in fish that are carnivorous as you will end up with one big one.

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