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Predator Control

There is nothing more frustrating than losing fish to a predator. Thankfully, there is a wide variety of predator control products at your disposal to protect your fish and keep predators away from your pond.

Do not wait for a predator to find your pond. Once they have claimed your pond as their own, it will be a lot harder to get them to vacate. It’s important to move decoys regularly and to keep tabs on what might be visiting.

Floating Swan Decoy

Swans are very territorial animals as they naturally compete with geese for nesting space and food. It is well known that a pair of swans can deter or even scare away a flock of geese before they have the chance to nest. For best results, swans should float in pairs and be anchored in shallow areas allowing them to move without coming into contact with the shoreline.

Coyote Decoy

A Coyote decoy will help control and deter common pests such as geese, waterfowl, ducks, skunks, rabbits, and other rodents. The Coyote decoy’s 3D build makes it visible from all angles making it superior to silhouette cut outs, not to mention its tail and body will move with the least amount of wind. This movement can be spotted by pesky birds from a great distance away. Nesting birds and other rodents will not want to seek refuge anywhere near your property if they spot this lurking coyote decoy in the open!

Blue Heron Decoy

Herons are very territorial birds; when the decoy is placed near a pond, other herons will avoid conflict and find a different feeding spot! The Pond Guy® Blue Heron Decoy deters problematic herons from visiting your pond and doubles as a realistic blue heron pond decoration. The Blue Heron Decoy should be moved regularly for best fish pond protection results.