2017 Fall Fish Sale

Pre-Ordering for Our Fish Sale is Now Closed.  Details regarding the pick-up can be found below, but if you have additional questions please contact Brooke at bfrusher@franklinswcd.org.

  1. Pick-up your order at Ohio Division of Wildlife (1500 Dublin Road, Columbus 43215) on Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
  2. Line a five-gallon bucket with a clean plastic bag and fill it half way with water from your pond.  Secure bag with a twist tie to prevent spillage (see example picture here).
  3. How many Buckets do I need to bring?

    This depends on the type of fish and quantity ordered. 

    One 5-gallon bucket can hold 100 game fish OR 1,000 minnows OR 2 White Amurs.

  4. Deliver fish to your pond immediately.
  5. Fish are guaranteed to be in good condition, but there is no guaranteed survival. 
  6. There are no refunds. Please have someone pick up the fish for you if you are unavailable.
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Black Crappie
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Channel Catfish
Catfish are easiest to raise because they feed on pellets at all stages of life. They are commonly s..
Fathead Minnow (Sold in Quantities of 100)
Fathead minnows are considered both a forage fish and bait fish. Commonly sold in bait stores, fathe..
Hybrid Bluegill
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Largemouth Bass
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White Amur
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Yellow Perch
One of the best eating fish, yellow perch will reach lengths of 12-13″ and weigh almost a pound.&nbs..
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