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Aquatic Management Plus

Fish Stocking & Structures Installation Services

Serving Palatka, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Gainesville & Daytona Beach, Florida (FL) Surrounding Areas

Fish Stocking

Fish Stocking & Structures


A pond with a balanced fish population and suitable structure can provide years of enjoyment and sustainability. However, proper planning and management are necessary to ensure fish species complement each other and don’t become too numerous and stunted. There are many other advantages of a healthy and balanced fish population including reduced mosquito potential, a reduction in available nutrients, and of course, a sustainable food source.


Fish Stocking


Aquatic Management Plus' team will work with our Gainesville, Daytona, St. Augustine, Florida area pond owners to ensure a quality fishery. Our fish stocking services also may include stocking rate determination, creel surveys, rough fish eradication, and recommendations for managing your existing population. We strive to provide fish stocking recommendations compatible with your pond and goals. Many of our biologists are avid fishermen, so make sure to ask about tips to catch your trophy.


​Pond & Lake Nutrient Reduction


Typically, a combination of bluegill, largemouth bass, and fathead minnows are compatible with most ponds in Gainesville, Daytona, St. Augustine, Florida. We have competitive pricing and ensure your fish come with health certificates directly from the hatchery. Fish species include: black crappie, bluegill, brown trout, channel catfish, hybrid bluegill, largemouth bass, muskellunge, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, tiger muskie, walleye, yellow perch, fathead minnows, golden shiners, and rosy reds. Triploid grass carp are also available for pond owners in the Gainesville, Daytona, St. Augustine, Florida area.


Fish Structure


Fish structure is also an important component to a healthy fishery. Many pond owners neglect the fish cover necessary to meet their goals. Forage and fry need habitat for protection, growth and reproduction, while gamefish need habitat to find food and cover.  We are proud distributors for Mossback Fish Habitat and Pond King Artificial Fish Habitat. These artificial fish structures will never break down over time and can easily be added in stages over many years. Our biologists are here to help you determine the type and number of fish structures you need to meet your goals. Remember, the deepest portion of an un-aerated lake will probably remain without oxygen (anoxic) for most of the summer – not a good place to sink your fish structures. Keep them at an intermediate depth and make sure you place your fish structures within casting distance of your favorite fishing spot! Contact us to learn more!

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