By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: October 16th, 2009 | 2 Comments on WELCOME TO THE LOVEYOURPOND BLOG | In: KOI PONDS, NATURAL PONDS, RAINWATER HARVESTING, Uncategorized, WATER GARDENS

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Welcome to the LOVE YOUR POND blog. Start date 9/09. I hope you will find this blog entertaining, informative, and worthy of your time reading it. The blog is dedicated to all things aquatic, and we will discuss topics that will range from water gardening to fish breeding, aquarium keeping to filtration systems, the backyard pond to public botanical gardens, water conservation to rainbarrels. As this blog develops it will become a wealth of information for the reader and we encourage your feedback on all topics too, together we can make this something great! My goal will be to keep this blog updated often, and topical; your feedback will keep this author on his fingertips and create the outlet for more topics to be developed and discussed here. This blog will not only cover the success and sunny side of all things aquatic, it will delve into the difficulties of this passion and the realities of this passion which are not always easy topics when writing about a passion.

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The LOVEYOURPOND Blog is written by Mike Gannon of Full Service Aquatics located in Summit, NJ. Mike is an award winning pond, water garden, and water feature builder. Always “In The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic” Mike has been a lifelong hobbyist and providing professional services since 1995. Mike is the creator of The Pond Hunter video series seen on Youtube and has made several television appearances on Networks such as HGTV and the DIY Network. He also hosts the Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast, a show on everything aquatic, every other Wednesday at 8pm EST. You can see what else Mike is up to at the following sites:

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  1. Mike Gannon Says:

    on August 14, 2019 at 9:50 pm

    Hello Chris. Thanks for reaching out. I have not heard of anyone specifically taking the approach that you are considering. Anything is possible of course, but I think the switch back and forth every few months would be a difficult one in my opinion. I don’t really have any references for you to look at. Good luck!! -Mike

  2. Chris Butler Says:

    on August 3, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    Hi, saw your YouTube video converting an unused pool to a pond. Here’s what I’m thinking of;
    I live in Placerville, California, have a 20,000 gallon pool that is swimmable 4-5 months a year.
    I would like to determine the feasibility of converting it to a fish pond and back to a swimming pool on a seasonal basis. Is anyone doing this? Can you advise me on where to look?

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