Fish Stocking

Services in Florida

A thriving fish population is essential for maintaining a balanced and healthy aquatic ecosystem. It contributes to nutrient cycling, controls insect populations, controls the growth of weeds, and fosters overall biodiversity. We recognize the importance of maintaining and enhancing fish populations and tailor our fish stocking services to meet the unique needs of each water body in Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia.

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Freshwater Fish Stocking Programs for Florida & Beyond 

Keep your pond or lake well-stocked with fish by signing up for one of our programs today. We’ll help you create the perfect schedule for caring for and adding new fish to your body of water. Reach out to our team to learn more about our fish stocking services in Florida and the surrounding areas, including:

  • Fort Myers, FL
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Orlando, FL
  • Sarasota, FL
  • Lauderdale, FL
  • West Palm, FL
  • Tampa, FL
  • And Beyond!



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Our Most Popular Fish Stocking Options

Selecting the appropriate fish species is crucial for the success of any stocking program. Our experienced technicians take into account various factors such as water temperature, pH levels, and the specific characteristics of your water body. Whether you’re aiming to support sport fishing, enhance the biodiversity of your pond, or control algae and insect populations, we have a diverse range of lake and pond fishing stocking options to suit your goals.

Triploid Grass Carp

Triploid Grass Carp are an excellent, cost-effective addition to a herbicide treatment program to help eradicate difficult-to-control submersed vegetation. These fish eat three times their body weight in vegetation per day and will not reproduce or harm the reproduction of other fish in the pond. Their average growth rate is 2-5 pounds per season and will need to be restocked every 3-5 years on average.

Keep in mind the stocking of Triploid Grass Carp does require a permit from Florida Fish and Wildlife. As a courtesy, we can provide you with a permit application and walk you through the steps needed to get you permitted. Florida Fish and Wildlife will also require you to install fish barriers on any outlets that lead off of your property. As part of our fish stocking program, we can provide you with a proposal to both contract and install these barriers.

Mosquito Fish (Gambusia)

The most common and effective biological control method for mosquitoes is the installation of Mosquito fish, or Gambusia, into the water body. This fish is the most widely stocked fish species on the planet. It is introduced to exclusively eat mosquito larvae before they can mature.

Gambusia are able to provide such excellent biological control of mosquitoes because 1) they can live in the places mosquitoes develop, which often contain low amounts of dissolved oxygen; 2) they are small (1-3 inches as adults), making them easy to handle and transport; 3) they have rapid reproduction rates, producing several clutches per year; and 4) they eat mosquito larvae. To find out if this is the right species for your aquatic environment, get in touch with our lake fish stocking team.


The use of native game fish species in ponds is encouraged whenever possible. A pond stocked with healthy bass, bluegills, and catfish will help provide a naturally balanced environment and yield many years of enjoyment. Our pond fish stocking experts can help you choose the best species for your body of water.


When to Stock Your Ponds & Lakes

Timing is crucial when it comes to fish stocking. Spring and fall are generally optimal seasons for stocking, as the moderate temperatures support a smoother acclimation process for the fish. With that said, before introducing new fish to your pond or lake, we will take into consideration the current water temperature.

What Size Fish Should You Stock?

The size of the fish you stock depends on your goals and the existing conditions of your water body. Smaller fish are often more adaptable to their new environment and have a higher survival rate. However, larger fish may provide immediate recreational benefits for avid anglers. Our technicians will carefully assess your specific situation and recommend the most suitable size for your stocking needs.

How Many Fish Should You Stock?

Determining the right stocking density is crucial for maintaining a healthy balance within your aquatic ecosystem. Overstocking can lead to competition for resources, while understocking may not achieve the desired results. Our lake fish stocking experts utilize advanced techniques and calculations to ensure the ideal fish density for your water body.

Plant Aquatic Vegetation to Support the Fish

In addition to fish stocking, we offer aquatic planting services to further support the health of your fish population. Aquatic plants provide essential habitat, oxygenation, and nutrient control. We can recommend and implement a customized vegetation plan tailored to your specific needs.

Other Ways to Control Organic Matter in Ponds & Lakes

In addition to our fish stocking services in Florida, there are many options to greatly reduce the muck and organic material in your waterways. We prioritize environmentally friendly methods to protect the ecosystem. These options include turbidity reduction (improving water clarity), the introduction of natural live bacteria enzymes, muck reduction, the installation of aeration systems, and the use of annual GIS mapping to track the reduction of muck and organic material in your lake while charting the improvement over time.

Request More Information About Our Fish Stocking Services in Florida

Aquagenix is committed to providing top-notch fish stocking services that contribute to the overall health and sustainability of Florida’s aquatic environments. Our team of highly trained, licensed technicians brings over 25 years of expertise to every project. Contact us today to discuss your fish stocking needs, schedule a consultation, and take the first step toward enhancing the vitality of your ponds, lakes, and wetlands in Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Orlando, Sarasota, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm, Tampa, FL, and beyond.

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