We strive to offer you the best services at the best possible prices.
please don't hesitate to contact us for further information
Stocking / Re-stocking
We stock your water system with indigenous fish species to ensure a natural eco-system, free of algae and watergrass. Please feel free to contact us for a free quotation or more information.
Cleaning & Netting
We clean dams, remove unwanted fish, grass, algae & excess dirt. For further inquiries please contact us.
Consultations, Workshops & Training
Book now for:
intro consultation & explore the viability of fish farming
3 day pisciculture / aquaponics workshop
monthly info & training workshop
Building of Dams, Ponds & Water Systems
We design & build water systems to your specs & budget.
Please contact our offices for advice and/or quotation.
Pump & Filter Systems
We supply and install pumps & filter systems, to your specific requirements
Tilapia & Carp Project
comprehensive 3 day workshop covering "all" aspects of pisciculture / aquaculture. learn from Mr kruger himself & join the industry with confidence
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that we recommend introducing 3 - 5 Fingerling sized fish per cubic meter of water into your dam/pond to maintain a healthy balanced eco-system? If this is adhered to we guaranteed a 100% success rate!
Which means you will never again have a problem with grass/algae or excess reeds. You can work out how many we recommend by making use of the following formula: (Length X Width X Ave Depth X 3)
Do it right or leave it out!
Owning a dam or a pond is a great privilege many can't afford, and as everything else in life it needs to be taken care of. It needs love and care, it needs a few things to become and stay beautiful. It needs oxygen, it needs clean, healthy water and it needs fish. Building a pond or a dam without the above mentioned, is like owning a lawn but no lawnmower. Compare the price you paid for developing your pond or dam to the price of the fish you introduced, and you will see, it's a small price to pay for what you need. If you cannot afford to introduce the RIGHT amount of fish required, rather leave the fish as you will just waste your money.