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Pond Stocking Recommendations

Bass / Bluegill Pond1
The1 bass/bluegill combination utilizes the predator/prey relationship found in lakes and rivers to produce a self-sustaining quality bass and bream fishery in your pond. Bluegill (coppernose or native) and redear sunfish (shellcracker) form the base
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Black Crappie Pond
The Black Crappie option is the most complicated of pond stocking combinations. Crappie are a favorite of many fisherman and most pond owners wish to stock crappie in their ponds. However, crappie can be difficult to manage in small ponds due to thei
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Channel Catfish Pond
The Channel catfish option is ideal for any size pond, including small ponds (less than one acre) and heavily fished ponds. Catfish require very little management, eat a wide variety of foods, are easy to catch and good to eat. They can also tolerate
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Hybrid Bream Pond
The Hybrid Bream option is well suited for small ponds less than two acres in size. Hybrid bream have a large mouth and readily take artificial feed. They are very aggressive making them easy to catch, even on a bare hook. Populations of hybrid bream
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Pond Management

Bass / Bluegill / Redear
The Bass/Bluegill/Redear Option is best suited for ponds bigger than 1 acre, although there are always exceptions to the rule.

Carrying Capacity
Well managed ponds not fed, fertilized or aerated should support 300 to 500 pounds of fish p

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Black Crappie
The Black Crappie Option is best suited for ponds bigger than 5 acres, although there are always exceptions to the rule. Successful black crappie ponds require healthy populations of 8 to 15” largemouth bass and lots of submerged habitat. Black crap
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Catfish Management
The Catfish Option is suited for ponds 1/4 acre to 5 acres in size.

Carrying Capacity
Well managed ponds not fed, fertilized or aerated should support 300 to 500 pounds of fish per acre. Fed, fertilized or aerated ponds can support 800 t

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Hybrid Bream
The Hybrid Bream Option is best suited for ponds 1/4 acre to 2 acres. Larger ponds can be used, however if hybrid bream are allowed to spawn and the pond must be drained, larger ponds can be expensive to drain and refill.

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