|The Service we offer
After the first
call or email, we will do our up most to help and
assist you with the purchase of fish.
Once we have received your order, we
pond. All fish are graded by hand and placed into specially designed
fish friendly slings to be weighed, this keeps the fish damage to a
minimum. The fish are then placed into shaded holding tanks where they
receive a constant supply of oxygenated water.
in the holding tanks the fish are not fed, in
reduce the stress of delivery.
The fish are transferred into transportation
pick up and trailer. The vehicle is fully equipped with an aeration
system that ensures the fish have oxygen throughout the journey. the
oxygen levels are monitored regularly to make certain the fish remain
in good health. Once the fish arrive at their destination they are
weighed on release into their new water.
From our lakes to yours, the welfare of the fish
our top priority.
Environment Agency section 30 consent
Consent is required o restocking of most fish in
We apply for this on your behalf and a copy of
consent will be
delivered with your fish.
To apply for section 30 consent we will need:
Name of pond/lake.
Grid reference (ordinance survey) e.g. ST 362
If you cannot locate the grid reference I can do this for you.
Does the receiving water have an inlet and outlet, is
it a canal, river
or in the flood plain?
Will keep you up to date with how the section 30
consent is going,
delivery date and time.
We employ the services of Shaun R
B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc, M.I.F.M
and lecturer at Sparsholt College to carry out a full health check on a
sample fish. The fish health check lab report is then sent to the
Environment Agency (EA) in Brampton to be put on file.
When applying for a section 30 Consent
report is accessed by your
local EA officer in order to check all health checks are in place and
As a registered fish farm our fish
and health records are
also checked by CEFAS. CEFAS take a sample of our fish for testing for
Spring Viraemia of Carp (SVC) and Koi Herpes virus (KHV).