I Hired an EXCAVATOR to DIG a MASSIVE FISH POND!

I Hired an EXCAVATOR to DIG a MASSIVE FISH POND!

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We use a massive excavator to dig out our gravel and shale based trout pond so that we can add hundreds of rainbow trout! If you want a huge trout or fish pond dug or other kinds of excavating please give Trevor a call at Trevor Smydo Excavating: trevorsmydo@sympatico.ca +1 (519) 654-8739

Lyndon offers both fish stock for ponds of any sort as well as stocked pond fishing, fly fishing, and fishing of any sort for kids to adults. You can book corporate events, or a day with the kids. Lyndon will show you how to clean the fish and even rent you a rod and real. Just show up and fish! www.lyndonfishhatcheries.com.

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The fastest way to dig a big pond is to use the help of a qualified excavator. This excavator normally digs out house foundations and the operator has years of experience digging giant holes in the ground and removing mountains of material.

In the previous episode we had Clarke from Lyndon Trout Ponds and Fish Hatchery measure water quality of our fish pond for oxygen and water temperature. This pond was also monitored year round to see if it holds enough water and has the depth the fish need to stay cold. Rainbow trout need good to excellent water quality and plenty of oxygen. Water flow is an asset to help fish spawn. We discovered that the water in our pond is filled continuously with the help of ground water and is very cold, even in the summer. Trout will die if water gets above 25 degrees Celsius. Shade also helps keep water cool and our pond is sheltered for a good part of the day with trees.

You will need to find out what kind of soil you are working with. Is it clay, clay-loam and sandy loam are best for holding water. You will want to avoid limestone, shale, sand and gravel—they leak. Except in our case since the gravel is actually part of the ground water, which is ideal. You can ask around to find out if your pond will leak or will hold water year round. You don’t want your pond to dry up in the middle of the summer.

Our plan to excavate the remainder of the pond, pushing the size out to about a half acre in size and a water depth of around 8 feet. 15 feet is more ideal, but our base is shale and therefore can not be dug any deeper.

A trout pond is very difficult to establish, but it is very possible to do correctly if you know what the fish need.

Aeration of the pond is something we will be exploring as we see how the season develops. We are hopeful that water remains cool so dissolved oxygen in the water remains high.

After we dig the pond, we will let is sit for a few weeks before putting our fish in the pond. Ideally you will let the pond sit for a full year, but we are not patient enough for this.

Trevor Smydo Excavating Ltd.
23 Stoke Court, Kitchener, Ontario
N2N 1Z5
519-654-8739
trevorsmydo@sympatico.ca

Lyndon Fish Pond

2019 Season Hours of operation: 9 am to 6 pm

Open Weekends and Holidays: April 27th – June 23
Open Seven Days a Week: June 24th to September 2nd
Open Weekends and Holidays: September 2nd – October 14th

1745 Huron Rd
New Dundee, Ontario
Call (519) 696-3474
pond@lyndonfishhatcheries.com

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Find your next adventure at Lyndon Fishing Pond! Our pristine pond is stocked with delicious, healthy rainbow trout raised on site. Take home your catch, cleaned & ready for the BBQ! No fishing license required.

2019 Season Hours of operation: 9 am to 6 pm
Opening Weekend April 27th and 28th
Open Weekends and Holidays: April 27th – June 23 & September 2nd – October 14th
Open Seven Days a Week: June 24th to September 2nd

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