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sUNBURYCHICK blog photos
Joined: 3/22/2009
Location: Sunbury,Ohio
Posts: 896
Posted: Jun/16/2010 7:24 PM PST

Here are a couple of pics I took the other day of the Koi...The last pic is of a grass carp(Amur) it's about 2 ft long.They are sterile fish,we have 4 of them in the pond .They eat algae and vegetation only...

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garden98011 blog photos
Joined: 1/15/2008
Location: Bothell
Posts: 1717
Posted: Jun/16/2010 8:51 PM PST

Oh my, they are huge! I just bought .27 comets (x14!) at the pet store yesterday for our little recirculating pond w/orange container. Your pond is more like a lake! Lovely.~A
sUNBURYCHICK blog photos
Joined: 3/22/2009
Location: Sunbury,Ohio
Posts: 896
Posted: Jul/01/2010 6:08 PM PST

Thank you.They are so tame,they are pets to us....
sUNBURYCHICK blog photos
Joined: 3/22/2009
Location: Sunbury,Ohio
Posts: 896
Posted: Oct/27/2010 8:03 AM PST

Here is a large bass we caught in the pond.She was full of eggs,we always catch & release....Look closely,she has a small fish in her throat.....

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dereklawler
Joined: 2/05/2013
Location: Bridgeport Ave Suite 101, PMB 342 Shelton CT
Posts: 1
Posted: Feb/07/2013 4:29 AM PST

I like your post and i like also koi because koi are beautiful and if u save koi save and clean his pond first.A koi pond must be deeper than a goldfish pond. Koi need more room to move around. They like to swim up and down as well as back and forth. They also grow and grow fast, so make your pond at least 3' deep, deeper if you can and as big as you can afford.
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