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Channel Catfish in 2000g pond?

This is a discussion on Channel Catfish in 2000g pond? within the Ponds and Waterfalls forums, part of the Other Aquatic Environments category; --> Originally Posted by thekoimaiden Definitely offer them to him! Koi are expensive; the bigger they are, the more expensive they are. If I had ...

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Old 05-08-2012, 04:56 PM   #11
 
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Definitely offer them to him! Koi are expensive; the bigger they are, the more expensive they are. If I had someone offer me free koi as I was starting my pond I would have taken them up in a heartbeat. It would have saved me close to $100. A natives pond would be amazing to see! I hope you can get it going.
The only problem is taking fish under a certain size is illegal and I would like to do juvies and watch them grow...
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Old 05-08-2012, 05:23 PM   #12
 
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Jonah's Aquarium... Need Fish? This website sells native fishes. This would be one method getting juveniles. The other would be finding an aquaculture facility and buying a few from there.
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