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Recomended Stocking Rate: 30lbs. per acre

$12 per lb. (aproxamitly 3-5 fish per lb)

Tilapia are a tropical fish from Africa that have many uses.

They are excellent at eliminating duck weed, filamentous algae, pond slime, and many other undesirable algaes in your pond. They can be used as a great alternitave to using chemicles to treat your ponds. 

They reproduce in high numbers during the summer months, which provides your bass with great high protein forage food… and of course extra algae eaters.

With enough food, they can reach sizes exceeding 2-3 lbs in one summer season. Not only are they great tasting (one of the most consumed fish in North America), they bite a hook and fight like a sport fish.

Due to their tropic nature they cannot take over a pond, as they die off when the water falls below 55-50 degrees F. It is advised to add them as soon as your pond reaches a consistent 60 degrees F to get the most out of your fish.


Important: Pick-ups and deliveries must be called in advance and scheduled.


Pick-up Times (by appointment): May and June


Give us a call at 614-813-3761 to set up a personal delivery or pick up order.


If you would like to pick up your fish, make sure to give us a call ahead of time. This allows us enough time to gather and prepair your fish, so when you arrive your fish are ready to be loaded. We put your fish in a bag filled with water and pure oxygen for transporting your fish. We just ask that you bring coolers to protect the bags from tearing and from the heat. A 48 quart cooler holds approximately two bags

Deliveries (Ohio only)

To place a delivery order you may call us, and we will schedule a date and time for your appointment. There is a delivery fee of $1.50 a mile one-way($50 Min.) from our location to your pond. We will need your name, the best phone number to reach you at, pond address, quantity of fish, and any special delivery instructions you may have. Payments can be made at delivery with cash or check (preferred methods). We also accept credit cards.

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