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#468446 - 04/02/17 01:54 PM Hatchery in Western Georgia / Eastern Alabama?
KiloSeven Offline


Registered: 04/27/16
Posts: 4
Loc: Georgia
Good afternoon, I have a one acre pond that sits on land we bought and was stocked with some fish already. We have caught bass and crappie and I have seen minnows in the water.

I am looking for a hatchery in the Western Georgia / Eastern Alabama area where we can purchase minnows and other fish to add to our pond.

Thank you in advance

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#468450 - 04/02/17 02:07 PM Re: Hatchery in Western Georgia / Eastern Alabama? [Re: KiloSeven]
Pat Williamson Offline


Registered: 08/08/14
Posts: 2161
Loc: Oakwood,Texas
Welcome to the Forum Kilo
Do you have blue gill in your pond? That is almost required to be able to sustain LMB and crappie, both which will eat you out of house and home if you are buying minnows to feed them . One of the experts will come along and help you out. There's plenty of reading to get you going in the right direction

Fish it hard to see what you got and don't have


Edited by Pat Williamson (04/02/17 02:08 PM)

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#468457 - 04/02/17 02:31 PM Re: Hatchery in Western Georgia / Eastern Alabama? [Re: KiloSeven]
Bill D. Offline


Registered: 10/19/14
Posts: 5441
Loc: Boone County Illinois
Welcome to PBF!

+1 to what Pat said. Find out all you can about what you have already before adding other fish. Farmallsc here on the forum can tell you how important that is.

Again, welcome!

Bill D.

I'm sure one of the Georgia members will be a long with the info yer looking for on fish sources near you.
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You'll never know what ya can catch unless you wet a line!

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#468461 - 04/02/17 02:42 PM Re: Hatchery in Western Georgia / Eastern Alabama? [Re: KiloSeven]
KiloSeven Offline


Registered: 04/27/16
Posts: 4
Loc: Georgia
Thank you for the info. I will keep reading through the forums.

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