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Species and Eco Systems

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With 120 Acres of water, a new hatchery and indoor re-circulating aquaculture system, Harrison Fishery, Inc. goes to great lengths to provide you, the customer, with the best quality fish possible. We hatch fish from selected brood stock, carefully manage growth of our fish, feed them high quality feed and use detailed procedures to reduce stress to the absolute minimum during harvest, grading and transport.

We stock:

Other species may be available through special request.


Our Inventory:
(Click on the name of a fish to link to more details and prices)

Channel Catfish Channel Catfish

Bluegill Bluegill

Redear Sunfish Redear Sunfish

Koi Koi

Fathead Minnow Fathead Minnow

Golden Shiner GOLDEN SHINER

Grass Carp Grass Carp

Bighead Carp Bighead Carp

Black Crappie Black Crappie

Largemouth Bass Largemouth Bass

Seasonably Available Fish

Hybrid Striped Bass Hybrid Striped Bass

Walleye Walleye

Yellow Perch Yellow Perch

Northern Pike Northern Pike

Muskie Muskie

 
TEMPERING FISH
Fish are extremely sensitive to sudden changes in water temperature. When moving fish from one body of water to another, raise or lower the temperature of the water in the container in which they are transported to approximately that of the water into which they are to be placed. If the temperature of water used to haul catfish in is more than 5 to 10 degrees F warmer or cooler than the receiving water (5 degrees for other fish, especially smaller fish) you must temper the water. Temper the water in the container containing the fish by slowly mixing water from the receiving pond. Ensure water temperature changes less than 1 degree F per minute until the water temperature in the container equals that of the pond. If possible, place the container holding the fish in the water and allow the fish to swim out on their own. Aeration may be necessary while tempering the water to prevent the fish from being stressed.
 


For sizes, prices, delivery information or questions on any of our fish,
call us at 660-423-5482. We look forward to serving your fish needs!

At Harrison Fishery, we are your “Pond and Lake Stocking Specialist”.
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