How deep does a pond need to be for fish to survive the winter?
The ideal depth for a pond for overwintering fish is at least 2.5 to 3 feet deep. Deeper is better if possible, as deeper water will remain oxygenated and warm even during the cold winter months.
What size pond is best for trout?
The size of the pond necessary to maintain a healthy trout population depends on the number of trout stocking. Generally, a pond of at least one acre is recommended to stock 50 adult trout. For every additional 50 trout, an additional acre is recommended. Trout require cold, clean water with plenty of oxygen and a good food supply.
How deep does it need to be for trout?
Trout typically require water that is at least two to three feet deep, although they are known to inhabit much deeper water.
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