We carry nearly every freshwater species available. Delivery is available as well as local pick-up. Please call ahead for availability.
We can provide you with the genetic strain that fits your goals and location best. From the top bass genetics in the state for trophy fish to F1 bass to pure natives.
Coppernose Bluegill, commonly referred to as the backbone of a successful Largemouth Bass fishery, are the single most important forage species in a body of water dedicated to growing trophy Largemouth Bass and Catfish management.
Threadfin Shad are a very fatty fish that provide diversity to the forage base and rapid weight gains in Largemouth Bass. They are nearly a must for a trophy Bass fishery.
Fathead Minnows lower the amount of pressure on other forage species once predator fish are introduced or if predator fish are present.
Golden Shiners are great to diversify your forage base and allow the Bluegill population to establish and reproduce. They provide the perfect food source for both smaller size classes of Largemouth Bass.
Hybrid Sunfish can reduce the pressure exerted on your bluegill population, allowing for a higher Bluegill/Bass ratio. They can also be a fun additional species to target for recreational anglers due to them having larger mouths and being more aggressive feeders.
Feed-Trained Bass are easily managed and can grow to 5-8 lb sizes in a short period of time. They are a quality fish and great way to entertain guests with high catch rates.
Hybrid Striped Bass
Hybrid Stripers are a sterile bass that presents a very tough fight once hooked. They are a great way to diversify the species available to catch in your lake or pond.
Crappie put up a good fight for their size. They do best in larger bodies of water and gives you an opportunity to catch something different.
Hybrid Blue Catfish
This genetic cross between a channel and blue catfish is more aggressive and grows 30% faster than either blue or channel catfish. Because they eat pelletized fish food, they will not jeopardize the strength of your forage species population.
Rainbow Trout is a primarily northern species. They give anglers the opportunity to catch a unique species from the comfort of their own property. Not to mention, Largemouth Bass happen to love eating Rainbow Trout.
Redfish provide a unique opportunity to fishing freshwater bodies of water. Redfish will not reproduce in freshwater. Call for availability.
Tilapia are herbivorous fish with high reproduction rates. Meaning they can simultaneously provide an additional forage species for LM Bass as well as vegetation control for certain pesky plants, like filamentous algae. This species becomes lethargic once the water temp. lowers and allows bass to gorge on them just before winter. TPWD requires permit for Tilapia in some Texas counties.