We carry nearly every freshwater species available.
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. We even have feed trained bass.
Bluegill are the single most important forage species in a body of water dedicated to largemouth bass and catfish management.
Threadfin 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.
Crawfish as a forage species are very high in protein and provide weight gains for predator fish species, especially in a body of water that is clear with vegetation growth.
Redear are an important forage unit in a pond's ecosystem primarily because they don't directly compete with your bluegill population and they feed on snails. Control of snails will interrupt the life cycle of yellow and black grubs that can infect fish.
Fathead minnows lower the amount of pressure on other forage species once predator fish are introduced or if predator fish are present.
Golden Shiner minnows are an excellent forage species that add a lot to the food chain.
Hybrid Blue Catfish
Hybrid Blue Catfish have a high growth rate and are aggressive when fishing.
Tilapia reproduce at a very high rate and provide the ecosystem with a high amount of forage. This species becomes lethargic once the water temp. lowers and allows bass to gorge on them just before winter. Tilapia can also help control species on nuisance aquatic vegetation.
Triploid Grass Carp
The species requires a permit from Texas Parks & Wildlife. Grass carp can effectively help control certain species of aquatic vegetation.
Hybrid Striped Bass
Hybrid Stripers are a sterile bass that presents a very tough fight once hooked.
Redfish provide a unique opportunity to fishing freshwater bodies of water.