Mosquito Fish

Mosquito Fish

GambusiaFemale Mosquito FishSmall live bearing fish that eat mosquito larva and other small aquatic creatures

Need some Mosquito fish? I can provide them. Pictured above are some Females, the Males are smaller. They are live bearing fish (like guppies) and the females don’t get much bigger than the ones pictured. Mosquito fish can . . . → Read More: Mosquito Fish

Need Fish For Your Aquaponics?

advanced channel catfish fingerlings

Do you live in Central Florida? Do you need a small quantity of fish to use in your home aquaponics system? Then I can help you out.

4-8″ advanced channel catfish fingerlings right out of my own aquaponics systems.

I am not yet set up to ship fish long distances but I will . . . → Read More: Need Fish For Your Aquaponics?

Aquaponics, Tilapia, and Duckweed

Ok here is another one of those questions I’ve answered many times and this time when I found myself almost typing out a long post again I decided I should do it on my blog to make referring back to it again much easier in the future.



Often the question is like, . . . → Read More: Aquaponics, Tilapia, and Duckweed

Saturday Aquaponic Farm Tours

For the next Month I will be offering weekly farm tours, Saturdays from 1-4 pm, this is a great chance for Floridians to see Aquaponics

Come visit our farm in Central Florida to see what aquaponics is all about. $10 recommended donation per individual or $20 per group. Donation can be applied to purchase . . . → Read More: Saturday Aquaponic Farm Tours

Friday Fish Rodeo

I think this Friday June 22, 2012 may be the day to start moving channel catfish from the Big aquaponics system over to the new farm and the first 1000 gallon fish tank.

I only have one IBC and inverter set up to use for hauling fish so I will probably only move about half . . . → Read More: Friday Fish Rodeo

Putting Bluegill in with the Catfish

Ah well, just yesterday we finished harvesting the rest of the big catfish out of the big system.

Last of the big catfish

So the big tank was empty of fish. It was time to move some of the small catfish out of the tower system and into the big tank. I think . . . → Read More: Putting Bluegill in with the Catfish

New Catfish Fingerlings

It took a really long time but we finally got our new batch of catfish fingerlings.

I know I’m strange but I can be mesmerized watching water flow and watching fish is even more fun. So, I thought I’d share some video.

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May 25 Feeding the Catfish

So I’ve had some requests for more video posts. Well here is one I hope you will find fun even though it is kinda tricky to understand what you are seeing.

I wedged the camera in right next to the shoot on the fish feeder over the big system tank. Some of the catfish come . . . → Read More: May 25 Feeding the Catfish

Blue Tilapia

Originally posted by TCLynx on AGC, June 11, 2010

I have grown Blue Tilapia but am no longer growing them. I found it too much trouble to keep them warm through the winter without using electricity to heat the water.

Here are excerpts of the article I wrote on them for the Backyard Aquaponics Magazine . . . → Read More: Blue Tilapia

Channel Catfish

Originally posted by TCLynx on AGC, June 10, 2010

Channel Catfish are currently my only fish species in my aquaponics systems.

Here are excerpts of the article I wrote on them for the Backyard Aquaponics Magazine (Full article with the pictures is available in the 5th issue of the Magazine.)

Channel Catfish Ictalurus . . . → Read More: Channel Catfish