Managing fish and their habitats may not be as simple as many people think. It is important to monitor these systems closely and correctly to ensure a healthy fish population—and ultimately—your marketable product.
This page contains a growing list of information and research on how to manage raising fish, their nutritional needs, controlling algal blooms, and more.
UT Extension Fisheries Contacts
Creig Kimbro (Grundy County)
Ron Blair (Henderson County)
Mannie Bedwell (Hamblen County)
- Fish Grubs in Freshwater Ponds and Lakes
- Grass Carp for Weed Control in Ponds, Checking Fish Population Balance in Farm Ponds
- Managing Small Fishing Ponds and Lakes in Tennessee
- Nutritional Needs of Catfish, Manage Water Quality for Fingerling Production
- Oxygen in Ponds
- Phytoplankton Blooms in Ponds
- Raising Rainbow Trout
- Stock New Ponds with Adult Fish
- Treatment Tips for Fish Ponds, Control of Parasites on Catfish Fingerlings