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Why does my pond smell fishy? Pond Wiser to the rescue 330 833 FROG

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Why does my pond smell fishy? Pond Wiser to the rescue 330 833 FROG There are many reasons why your pond smells fishy; and we’re not just going to say it’s probably because there are fish in it. It’s that unusual fishy or bad gassy smell that usually alarms pond and water feature owners. Pond Wiser gets calls from pond and water feature owners that something smells bad, and they can’t figure out why. Many things can cause the fishy smell such as dead fish, waste, high ammonia levels, high nitrogen levels, improper bacteria levels, improper filters, and more. Many times, along with the fishy smell are some visual clues to look for which indicate just how bad the water quality is. Dead fish will tell you instantly that the [Read More…]