Keeping Ornamental Fish Alive in the Winter

If you are trying to keep ornamental fish outdoors during the winter but find that they don't seem to be surviving the season the culprit is your pond liner. It is simply not deep enough to allow the Koi fish to find a place to hibernate for the winter. Choose a plastic pond liner shell that is at least four or five feet deep so that they have a chance to survive the cold winter weather.

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November 10, 20160 found this helpful

we have a cement and class pond with fish and Lotus plant around 500 to 550 lilters capacity water and around 5.5 ft deep. we kept open area ( in front of my house). I have a little problem that, when i changed the water after tow three days shown the dirty ( Green water) i could not see clear fish and louts leave. Please advice for clean water of our pond. thank you. please reply in my mail id

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