Building Better Bass
The 1st and most important step in managing your fisheries. It is nearly impossible to form a proper management plan for a body of water without knowing the species and populations within that body of water. An electro-fishing survey gives us the ability to properly do just that. Our surveys include a written management plan tailored to your goals, population survey, vegetation assessment, lab-tested water quality report and bathymetric mapping.
We carry nearly every freshwater species available, including Triploid Grass Carp, which can be a great solution for vegetation issues. Grass Carp purchases require permit from Texas Parks and Wildlife, click the link below to apply.
Pond & Lake Design
Water Quality Management
Water quality is one of the most important tools in fisheries management. Knowing the chemistry of your water can make your lake more productive and balanced.
Aquatic Vegetation Management
Our biologist are skilled in controlling any kind of aquatic vegetation problem you may have.
Diffused Aeration Systems
By simply adding a diffused aeration system to a lake it will improve water quality, create healthier fish, and help reduce algae growths. Aeration systems are considered insurance for your fisheries investment by greatly reducing your odds of having a fish kill. Oxygen drives the entire ecosystem under water. Without additional aeration you are dependent on oxygen from wave action and photosynthesis from plankton and other vegetation. During the warm season water stratifies and the deeper the water the less oxygen is available, which reduces a fish's ability to use a large portion of the lake.
Enhance the aesthetics and improve the health of your body of water with a fountain. We carry Kasco fountains that are engineered to deliver reliable and efficient performance, and even feature marine-grade stainless steel components for protection in harsh environments.
Directional Fish Feeders
It is important to keep fish feeders full and operating throughout the entire warm season (March-November) with a small, pelleted feed of 40% or higher protein. High protein feed is by far the easiest and most effective management tool. Forage fish on a high protein feed will gain weight and reproduce at much higher rates, which in turns adds weight to your bass population. We proudly carry Triton feed.