Fish Stocking, Fish Habitat Management, Electrofishing and More
From fish stocking to fish habitat management, we offer a complete range of services to help you reach and exceed your fisheries management goals.
Proper lake and pond management is essential to creating the perfect aquatic habitat to grow healthy fish. One of the most important aspects of fisheries management is habitat, which is made up of both the physical and biological aspects of the aquatic ecosystem. And when it comes to fisheries management, we provide long-term solutions for sustained success of your fishery. Our services include fish stocking, supplemental fish feeding, fish cover enhancement, water quality management, genetic testing, algae and aquatic weed control, electrofishing studies, aeration installation and service, and bathymetric mapping. We’ll also assist with any necessary permitting and will work with you to ensure that your lake or pond is in compliance with any local, state or federal regulations.
For those interested in stocking fish, reach out to us and one of our fisheries biologists will work with you to help identify your goals. Then, based on the individual characteristics of your waterbody and your budget, we’ll formulate a fish stocking proposal to provide you the best chances of success. In some cases we may recommend electrofishing services or water quality data collection prior to actually providing a fish stocking proposal, depending on the conditions and needs of the waterbody.
When it comes to fish stocking, we utilize a trusted network of quality fish farmers across the county. We are able to secure the variety and quantity of fish needed to ensure that our clients have the highest odds of reaching their goals. We go through rigorous measures to ensure that fish remain healthy throughout the entire fish stocking process.
In Connecticut, we stock a variety of game fish including largemouth bass, bluegill, rainbow trout and walleye. We also stock supplemental forage fish such as golden shiner to help improve predator fish growth and balance your pond’s predator to prey ratio. For those looking for an herbicide-free alternative to controlling nuisance aquatic vegetation, stocking triploid grass carp is a beneficial strategy as part of an overall pond management plan.
So whether you want to catch largemouth bass or other trophy fish species, or you are just interested in consistent and reliable fishing for you and your family, our experienced staff of fisheries biologists at SOLitude Lake Management will work closely with you to design an individually tailored Fisheries Management Plan that is customized to your specific goals, budget and timeframe.
Contact Us Today at 888.480.LAKE (5253)
For fish stocking services and all of your trophy fisheries management needs. The experienced fisheries biologists at SOLitude Lake Management are here to help you maintain a thriving, sustainable aquatic ecosystem.