Stocking The Pond For NOT Free

May 24th, 2007

Comments

  • Renovation Therapy:

    Dumb question…can you put a bunch of goldfish in there? In big spaces they grow huge. Nothing cuter than a massive goldfish.

  • April:

    That is very cool! I want to go fishing right now.

  • Rechelle:

    I don’t know – The bass would probably eat them – but they are pretty.

  • cndymkr / jean:

    I sit here in amazement that you have to pay for pond fish. And that there is someone who rides around selling them. It’s not something I ever thought about. When we want to fish we just go to the stream that runs thru town. I never thought that they got there via human help. See, this is why your site is so good – I learn new things.

  • Crunchy Chicken:

    That pond supplies truck thing is the craziest thing I’ve seen. All day, at least.What is the blue liquid the fish are transported in? I suspect it’s not Scope.

  • Crunchy Chicken:

    That pond supplies truck thing is the craziest thing I’ve seen. All day, at least.What is the blue liquid the fish are transported in? I suspect it’s not Scope.

  • Anonymous:

    That is amazing. And weird.

  • Rechelle:

    Yes, it is Scope. Evidently Scope is the perfect biohydrating environment for baby fish. And no, the off brands are not as good for the little fishies. It has to be Scope.

  • Rechelle:

    Yes, it is Scope. Evidently Scope is the perfect biohydrating environment for baby fish. And no, the off brands are not as good for the little fishies. It has to be Scope.

  • sarah:

    That looks like so much fun! Now you know I’ll have to bring our boys out next year for a mini fishing tourney. I’ve already told my dad that it is his duty as a grandparent to take us out to every fishing spot in Weber County, until they are heartily sick of Bonneville cutthroats. I do so miss fishing trips, especially to Flaming Gorge.