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The construction of our new office is now complete! We are excited about adding on to our existing office, along with adding some new employees…we are now even more equipped to take care of all your Lake’s needs!!
Our new trailer is loaded up and ready for fish runs! Spring is among us and time to stock YOUR pond. Call us today and set up your delivery!
We just got done fixing a 6+ year old fountain for a client, and they called saying that it isn’t working after just a few weeks. Crazy beaver ate through the power cord!
Common cooler weather condition seen here, oils from decaying plants forming on the surface causing a somewhat unsightly “skim”. We have had a few calls of “cold weather algae blooms” which turn out to be this oily skim. Any body … Continue reading
With winter fast approaching, many of our managed lake see a dramatic change in weed density and water clarity. Just like your Bermuda lawn, most aquatic weeds will turn brown and go dormant for the winter. Most weeds will seem … Continue reading
I do not know of a species that is more underutilized in private ponds. Hybrid striped bass are a great fish that is easy to manage and provides excellent fight for its size. It is great for novice and expert … Continue reading
This week we conducted our spring electrofishing survey on Foxworthy’s lake. The fish in this lake are growing exceptionally well. Every bass we sampled had a relative weight over 100% and some had relative weights ranging from 130-140%. Though we … Continue reading
Started this year’s electrofishing season in Palm City, FL. We had the pleasure of sampling twelve ponds for Piper’s Landing Yacht and Country Club which is an absolutely beautiful place. The fishery in these ponds have been neglected since their … Continue reading
We are proud to announce some exciting news. Largemouth Bass will be available to private pond owners from Foxworthy Lake. These bass are genetically superior, healthy, and harvested with known ages showing rapid growth rates. Most hatchery fish are the result … Continue reading