The Lake Snowden Fish Hatchery offers customers a variety of fish to stock whatever ecosystem you have, such as private and public lakes, ponds or we can also provide stock to start your own aquaculture business.
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Scaleless, slender fish with a deeply forked tail and barbels around the mouth. The back and sides are dark gray-blue; the belly is white. Sharp spines in pectoral and dorsal fins. The typical diet consists of Crayfish, sunfish, small fish, commercial fish food and anything they can scavenge.
Spawns late-May to July when water temperatures are 70° F to 75° F. Nests are constructed in natural cavities and overhangs.
Order of 100 lbs or more, $8/lb
Polyodon spathula scaleless fish with a cartilage skeleton, a very large mouth and a long, paddle-shaped rostrum that is often 1/3 of their total length. This highly developed sensory organ helps these filter feeders locate food and navigate their surroundings.
Successful spawning is unlikely in Midwestern ponds.
*Prohibited in the Lake Erie Basin & West Virginia. Available in: Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio (excluding Lake Erie watershed)
1 to 2 inch long panfish. Contains:
Oreochromis aureus are the most common tilapia sold in the U.S. They are known for being the most cold-tolerant of the tilapia and can reach harvestable sizes within eight months.
Adults are usually 10 to 18 inches in length and can weigh 2 to 6 pounds.
Prefer 60° to 86° F, pH of 8.0*Available for USPS shipment (<1cm) or local pick up.
$0.50 each (juveniles)
Permit required in Kentucky
We offer high-quality sinking and floating fish food pellets. This is a high protein blend, 40-42% protein.
36 inch tall artificial tree
* Call ahead 24 hours to order