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Saturday, June 25, 2016

Deliveries and Pickups
Due to the hot weather, we will be suspending deliveries and pickups this weekend as predicted.  I still have a few fish left, but once gone, we will not resume until the third week of September.  Have a great summer and feel free to contact me, we are open just not handling carp over the hot months.
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Saturday, June 18, 2016

Spring stocking season coming to a close

With the weather getting hot, pond and air temps are not conducive to transporting and handling grass carp.  The metabolism of carp is very high in warm weather and they have to eat a lot each day.  The main issues are that warm water doesn't hold oxygen as well as cold water, and their high activity in a holding tank is detrimental. 

 We have about 75 carp on hand, and when these are sold, we will wind down for the summer and reopen in late September.

 If you have a large order (100- 200 head or more) and can take a shipment directly without our holding them in our fish barn for long, we might be able to accomodate you.

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Saturday, June 4, 2016

Shipment arrived this week and already sold out. Next carp will be available on June 15
This has been a really busy spring srocking season.  I got a beautiful shipment of 10-14 inch fish in.  Thanks to Shirl Dressler at VA DGIF, your permits are processed quickly and efficiently.  She's great to work with.  Get your permit in right away because with the weather changing here and across the south, I may have to curtail shipments and pickups by the 3rd week in June.  Yesterday i delivered to Richmond and ponds were as hot as 92 degrees!  Weeds love that and fish grow quickly.  If you miss the spring, we will resume in late September.
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