A fish cave….c’mon… I bet you thought thought caves were only for cavemen or women and of course the Yeti…. They live in caves too…. I think?
Ok seriously now, As fish owners we are in a constant battle to save our fish from predators, because we love our fish and don’t want them to become food! Sometimes it’s inevitable and every fish hobbyist is unfortunately going to lose this battle from time to time. But…. There are things we can do to help protect our fish and a fish cave is one of them.
“When can I start feeding my koi or pond fish again?” is a question we are asked almost daily this time of year. We understand why, too! Your pond has either been cleaned or turned on for the spring, the fish are becoming more and more active almost begging for food. You can’t wait to interact with your friends who have been hibernating all year.
Do you see this when you go out to your water feature?
You have to turn off… ah let’s just say the pump, but you have 6 other plugs to choose from. What do you do? Yep, you end up unplugging all of them or you spend the next 10 minutes following each cord from the outlet to the device it’s powering!
It's winter, and my fish look hungry! Can I feed them? |Long Valley, NJ | A Frog's Dream
It’s December in Northern NJ, your fish pond has been winterized, and the weather has been brutally cold for a few days. You’ve caught glimpses of your pond aerator doing its job, because all you can see is a frozen pond with bubbles in the opening created by your aerator. Then boom, Mother Nature plays a sick joke on us Jersey pond hobbyists and decides to throw a warm front into the December weather mix of cold and snowy weather.
Over the last 18 years, Clay has been involved in landscaping and aquascaping, which led him to his passion, POND BUILDING and opening A Frog’s Dream in 2006. His true passion is to create works of art for others to enjoy and marvel at in the privacy of their own backyards.