TCA Fish Farms raises top quality fish for pond stocking. Our fish include Largemouth Bass, Blue Gill Bream, RedEar Sunfish (Shellcracker), Farm Raised Shad, Black Crappie, Hybrid Striped Bass, and Channel Catfish. Our fish farm is centrally located in South Carolina, offering delivery and pick up services. Whether you are trying to stock a new pond or fix an existing one, TCA will guide you through the process. Additionally, we will help you find the healthiest fish to benefit your pond. TCA also offers pond construction services. We are the only company that can do both pond stocking and construction. We offer all of our services in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.
We been pond stocking high quality fish for over 30 years. If you are looking to have a pond full of big and healthy fish, TCA has got you covered.
LARGE MOUTH BASS
Largemouth bass inhabit clear, vegetated lakes, ponds, swamps, and the backwaters of pools, creeks and rivers. Largemouth bass prefer spawning areas with a ﬁrm bottom of sand, mud or gravel. These fish are pellet food trained. *recommended 100 per acre.*
BLUE GILL BREAM
The Bluegill’s habitat include weed beds, oﬀ deep points or in creek channels around sunken islands. Bream also like quiet streams, ponds, lagoons and small to medium sized lakes. Bream are the base of the food chain. *recommended 1,000 per acre.*
REDEAR SUNFISH (SHELLCRACKER)
FARM RAISED SHAD
Farm Raised Shad are the “must have” secret ingredient for trophy Bass and Crappie. This fish expands the base of the food chain. Also, shad are used as bait. *recommended 200 per acre.*
In ponds with farm raised shad, we have grown trophy crappie to 4.5 lbs. Crappie are found in lakes, ponds, sloughs, backwaters pools and streams. Crappie prefer cover, such as vegetation, fallen trees or boulders *recommended 200 per acre.*
HYBRID STRIPED BASS
Hybrids live in slow-moving streams, lakes, ponds, and large reservoirs; they rarely live in shallow waters. Additionally, they do not successfully reproduce. Striped bass can be stocked in South Carolina ponds without a permit. *recommended 200 per acre.*
Channel catfish like to live in moderate to swiftly flowing streams. They are also abundant in large reservoirs, lakes, ponds, and some sluggish streams. They are usually found where bottoms are sand, gravel, or rubble, in preference to mud bottoms. *recommended 200 per acre.*