Archive for the ‘POND FISH’ Category

THE POND HUNTER RADIO BROADCAST EPISODE 3 – POND PREDATORS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: June 13th, 2014 | 4 Comments on THE POND HUNTER RADIO BROADCAST EPISODE 3 – POND PREDATORS

pond predators

PH Episode 3 Pond Predators

 

Pond predators! Herons and Egrets and Minks, oh my! Listen and join in for this episode of The POND HUNTER radio broadcast discussing the predators that prey on your backyard fish pond. They come from the air, from the land, even from the water! There is a pond predator lurking somewhere waiting to make a meal of your beloved watery pets.

Read More

THE POND HUNTER RADIO BROADCAST EPISODE 2, SPRING POND CARE TIPS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: April 11th, 2014 | No Comments on THE POND HUNTER RADIO BROADCAST EPISODE 2, SPRING POND CARE TIPS

Listen in on The POND HUNTER Radio Broadcast Episode 2 on Spring pond care tips. Join Mike Gannon and special guest Chris Tallarico from the NJ Pond Guys as they discuss Spring pond care. Tips and considerations on opening your pond, servicing equipment, aquatic plant care, and fish care guidelines.

Click the link below and listen in!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wm-aquaculture/2014/03/27/the-pond-hunter-water-garden-and-koi-pond-spring-care-tips

Read More

NEW! POND HUNTER RADIO BROADCAST ON PONDS AND WATER GARDENS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: March 6th, 2014 | 5 Comments on NEW! POND HUNTER RADIO BROADCAST ON PONDS AND WATER GARDENS

We all love koi ponds, water gardens, water features, and all things aquatic right? We are all pretty much aquatically obsessed! If you have found yourself “In The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic”, then you gonna love this!

Get ready to tune into an online streaming radio show created just for you and all who are aquatically obsessed!

Announcing THE POND HUNTER RADIO SHOW!

Read More

THE WEATHER LOACH, THIS DOJO GOT SOME MOJO!

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: January 24th, 2014 | 11 Comments on THE WEATHER LOACH, THIS DOJO GOT SOME MOJO!

weather dojo loach

The Dojo got some mojo!

     The Dojo loach that is. Also known as the pond loach or oriental loach, but best known as the weather loach. The weather loach is an amazing fish that has had a relationship with mankind going back thousands of years; making it one of the oldest “domesticated” fish swimming this planet. The weather loach, or Misgurnus anguillicaudatus, has served mankind as a food fish, as an aquarium pet, and as a pond bottom feeder; but it is best known for its ability to predict weather!

Read More

ASAGI KOI, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: January 17th, 2014 | No Comments on ASAGI KOI, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

    In today’s world of competitive koi shows the Asagi koi variety is still ranking in the champion categories on a regular basis, across a wide spectrum of koi shows around the world. The Asagi koi variety even has very strong showings in the world class All Japan Koi Show. This is pretty impressive for the Asagi considering all the razzmatazz and hubbidydoo that surrounds many of the “newer” varieties of koi, all this new artwork/koi that has been created. With its long history making the Asagi the “original” ornamental carp, the artwork of the Asagi koi variety still stands the test of time as the nishikigoi hobby heads towards its 200 year mark.

Read More

POND AND WATER GARDEN RADIO SHOW WINTER CARE TIPS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: January 14th, 2014 | No Comments on POND AND WATER GARDEN RADIO SHOW WINTER CARE TIPS

winter koi pond and water garden care with Mike Gannon

Winter pond care can be a tricky and misunderstood time of year when it comes to your pond. The “Under the Sea” radio show featured on Blog Talk Radio discusses some tips for winter pond care with Mike Gannon from Full Service Aquatics. Full Service Aquatics is a pond and water garden company specializing in pond and water garden design, construction, maintenance, and services; and they are based out of Summit, NJ. Click below to listen to the show and gain some great tips and insights into caring for your pond this winter season.

 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wm-aquaculture/2013/12/04/pond-preparation-for-winter–mike-gannon-full-service-aquatics

Read More

YELLOW GOLDFISH, A LEMON OR A CANARY?

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: January 9th, 2014 | 14 Comments on YELLOW GOLDFISH, A LEMON OR A CANARY?

The common goldfish has been a staple of modern fish keeping drawing countless thousands perhaps millions into the hobby, and why not, with their bright colors and engaging demeanor they easily capture the hearts of fish keepers. When most fish keepers make that decision to keep classic goldfish they may not be aware of the ancient lineage that they are getting involved with. Goldfish have their roots set far back in antiquity. Goldfish, originally raised as a food fish, and originally more of a grey/green color have been documented for thousands of years now. The first mention of the “GOLD”fish makes its appearance in ancient Chinese texts from the Jin Dynasty between the years of 260 – 400 a.d.

Read More

PONDEMINIUM 2013 REVIEW

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: February 11th, 2013 | 4 Comments on PONDEMINIUM 2013 REVIEW

The month of February in the Northeast US is certainly the most “wintery” of any month in those parts. Water gardens and koi ponds, waterfalls and splashing fountains are still a distant thought for those with a water garden lifestyle. Yet, it is a perfect time for pond and water garden professionals to start gearing up for a new season in 2013. And PONDEMINIUM is a great way to get it rolling! Pondeminium 2013, hosted by Mark and Rebecca Willoughby from Splash Supply Company of York, PA (www.facebook.com/splashSupply ), brought together a large group of pond pros from February 6-8, 2013.

Read More

THE TANCHO KOHAKU, AN INTERESTING KOI VARIETY

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: October 24th, 2012 | No Comments on THE TANCHO KOHAKU, AN INTERESTING KOI VARIETY

tancho kohaku nj

Throughout history certain colors and color combinations have become a part of the fabric of humanity. The most basic colors of humanity would be red, white, and black; these are the colors that are most accessible to us since they come right from nature. Even the earliest cave paintings were made using the combinations of red, white and black.  These colors happen to have the strongest psychological impact on humans along with tremendous cultural significance in just about every culture and religion on the planet past and present.

Read More

WATER GARDEN AND POND PODCAST FROM PRINCE OF PONDS RADIO SHOW

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: October 6th, 2012 | No Comments on WATER GARDEN AND POND PODCAST FROM PRINCE OF PONDS RADIO SHOW

Take a listen to a fun and really informative water garden and pond show that is broadcast over PetLifeRadio.com  The Prince of Ponds radio show hosted by Ken Jones focuses on all things water garden and pond related. Mike Gannon, the Pond Hunter,  is his guest for this 1/2 hour podcast.

Read More

Stay up to date, Sign up today

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Have Pond Questions? Visit Our Pond Question Library!

podcastlink

Watch Mike Gannon the Pond Hunter