Unlike a quick list of dos and don’ts guiding the morality of the human race, koi keeping requires many more commandments. It was incredibly difficult, but we managed
As the moon rises over ponds this All Hallow’s Eve, the most macabre and monstrous of beasties come from the darkest depths to feed on fare most foul.
Summer is gone and spring is a ways off. However, the business of keeping koi never ends. A little maintenance before winter sets in can make it an
Pronounced wa-KEEN, the Wakin Goldfish is a variety of Japanese fancy goldfish. Probably bred from Chinese Goldfish brought over to Japan, Wakin Goldfish have been around since the
You’ve fallen in love with koi fish. You’ve looked at some koi ponds. You’ve made the decision that you want to build a koi pond of your own.
As we talked about in an earlier post about quarantining protocols, it is always best practice to quarantine your koi before you introduce it into its new home.
The exhilaration of getting your most recent koi into its new home is tremendous—and somewhat terrifying too. Why? Because of bugs. Bugs are everywhere. They are the undeniable
As the summer heats up, the sun gets stronger and your fish become more active. There is something that a lot of koi owners might not know—your koi
Carassius auratus (or Ranchu Fancy Goldfish) actually goes by quite a few different handles. What the rest of the world knows as Ranchu Goldfish, Asia more commonly refers