We are proud to announce our very own Cody Shuffler was featured in an article in the 2020 Spring Fishing and Boating Guide published by Wildlife of NC! Cody is our Fisheries Division Manager and a graduate of the Fisheries and Wildlife Biology Department at N.C. State. The article also features quotes from Chuck Ward, affectionately known as Capt’n Chuck around here, our Vice President of Operations and Lead Biologist.
As we trust you are all practicing social distancing, it is more important than ever to spend time outdoors enjoying your pond. Our experts will make sure your pond and ecosystem have the right combination for aquatic health and enjoyment while following CDC precautions to ensure the safety of your family. Our goal is to keep your pond beautiful and healthy for many years of enjoyment.
Contact us today for a free consultation. We will help you find the pond maintenance service that best suits the needs of your pond. We look forward to serving you!
We are proud to once again be a part of the annual Dixie Deer Classic held at the NC State Fairgrounds from February 28th-March 1st.
Our Kid’s Fishing Rodeo is returning for another year of kids catching fish all weekend long. Our onsite pond is stocked with fish including an albino catfish and a large Crappie! All children that participate will receive a prize, but if you catch the albino catfish or large Crappie, you receive a Triangle Pond Management fishing lure and a squishy fish! Continue reading Join Us at the Dixie Deer Classic this Weekend at the Fairgrounds
Triangle Pond Management recently performed a nuisance vegetation treatment at Hillridge Farms. We treated duckweed and azolla which can be very invasive and take over a water body if left unchecked. With thousands of visitors coming through, we definitely want to keep their ponds clean and aesthetically pleasing. At Triangle Pond Management, we specialize in treating aquatic vegetation safely and effectively. Contact us today for help keeping your water clean and clear. Continue reading Nuisance Vegetation Treatment at Hillridge Farms
Soon the hunters and wildlife enthusiasts will be taking to the woods. Dove season will be here before we know it, and right after that, early bow season will start for the white-tailed deer. Now is the time to get your fall crops in if you haven’t already.
We are currently offering a variety of planting services as well as seed for sale. Forage oats are high in sugar and protein and attract a variety of wildlife including white-tailed deer and wild turkey. Oats provide great cool season forage throughout hunting season. We like to combine forage oats with inoculated winter peas to help provide a variety of forage. The peas add nitrogen to the soil complimenting the growth of your oats. We also have a variety of clovers available for fall planting.
We still have duck boxes available made from 100% cypress wood for $65. Each time a bird nests in one, she will lay between 10-14 eggs per clutch greatly increasing the number of birds on your property. For an additional $25.00, we offer predator guards to help keep the nest from being disturbed by predators. Installation is available upon request.
Contact us today if you would like to take advantage of any of our pre-hunting opportunities.
Stocking your pond correctly can be one of the toughest aspects of owning a pond. With so
many fish species to choose from, it’s easy to make unsuitable decisions when deciding what to stock. Ensuring your body of water contains a diverse population of fish is an integral part of creating an environmentally balanced aquatic ecosystem. It is also important to consider your overall lake and pond management goals as well as which species will provide appropriate benefits to your pond or lake.
Our fisheries biologists at Triangle Pond Management can provide you with recommendations to stock your lake or pond with the correct species combinations, quantities, and sizes necessary to meet your fishery goals as quickly as possible. We keep these goals and your budget in mind when creating individual fish stocking plans to best utilize your time and resources. Continue reading Stocking Fish in Your Pond – We’re Here to Help
Triangle Pond Management recently had the opportunity to partner with The Albemarle Sound Delta Waterfowl Chapter and The NC Wood Duck Program to install some of our wood duck boxes and nesting tubes at The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. The program aims to have over 300 nesting houses installed at the refuge by 2021, making it the largest monitored nesting site on the east coast.
The Dixie Deer Classic was held this past weekend and we want to thank all those who came out to the NC State Fairgrounds for the show. We were blessed with the opportunity to host the Kids’ Fishing Rodeo and ended up having over 750 kids participate in the fishing. Many of these kids were able to catch their very first fish and all left with a smile. We will be reaching out to those that left contact information at our booth and hope we can help you fulfill any of your pond management needs.
Triangle Pond Management will be hosting a Kid’s Fishing Rodeo at the 2019 Dixie Deer Classic. We will be setting up a pond stocked with catfish, bluegill and bass for kids to catch all weekend long. All children participating in the Kid’s Fishing Rodeo will receive a prize. Continue reading Triangle Pond Management Hosts Kids’ Fishing Rodeo at the 2019 Dixie Deer Classic
Come see Triangle Pond Management at our booth at the Southern Farm Show Wednesday, January 30th through Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. The show is located at the NC State Fairgrounds and admission is free. The show exhibits a variety of agriculture and land management services. Bring the family and come talk to us about our wildlife management services, fisheries management, fish stocking, and general pond management/stormwater services.
This winter is a great time to add lime to your lake or pond. Water in ponds reflects the quality of the soils in which they are located. Most ponds in the southeast region have low levels of total alkalinity, total hardness, and low pH values. Having poor water quality in a fish pond means the overall fish production is slowed. Liming is an important method for correcting many of these water quality issues, as well as helping to improve fish productivity. Continue reading Lime Your Pond This Winter to Improve Water Quality