• Electro-Fishing Survey

    Electro-Fishing Survey

    Fish surveys are used to assess the fish population in a lake or pond. Often this can be the first and most important step in developing a pond and lake management program. Read More
  • Vegetation Control and Management

    Vegetation Control and Management

    Pond aesthetics and recreational activities such as fishing, boating or swimming can be significantly impacted if undesirable aquatic vegetation is present. Read More
  • Dock and Boathouse Construction

    Dock and Boathouse Construction

    Applied Aquatics, Inc. designs and builds docks, boathouses and bridges for private and community ponds and lakes. Read More
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Applied Aquatics, Inc. supplies lake owners with most any species of fish that pond owners may need.
Fish Stocking Largemouth Bass
Applied Aquatics, Inc. can help you from the very start in your new pond or lake project.
Pond Construction Maintenance
The siphon system provides the most economical means of regulating the water in your pond.
Siphon Systems Water Level Regulation

Applied Aquatics, Inc.

Applied Aquatics Inc. is owned and operated by Render Ward.  We have been in business since 1996 when we first started doing pond fertilization and vegetation control. Since that time, Applied Aquatics, Inc. has become a full service pond and lake management company with services ranging from the routine pond maintenance to managing hundreds of acres of private waters in the west Georgia area and east Alabama.

Client Gallery

Here are a few photos of fish from some of our clients' ponds. These are just a few of the results of Applied Aquatics fish stocking programs.

(Click on the small images to get a larger view.)

Coppernose Bluegill

(Lepomis macrochirus)

Known as bream to many, they are the backbone of forage production for largemouth bass ponds. Bluegill are very prolific, reproducing multiple times a season (3-5 times/year). This provides largemouth bass with a large quantity of food while still allowing themselves to sustain a healthy thriving population.

They spawn in large colonies of nests in 3 to 6 feet in depth over sandy and gravel substrates close to the shore. Spawning occurs when water temperatures reach 67-70°F. Bluegill readily eat floating fish food and have great growth rates from supplemental feeding. They also provide excellent fishing opportunities for kids and novice fishermen. There are two subspecies, native (also called Mississippi) and coppernose. The coppernose are better suited for warm climates and are very aggressive when supplemental feeding.

  • Recommended stocking rate is 200 per acre.
  • Quantity discounts may apply.
  • Free delivery on most orders.
  • Call for prices.