The fish farming season is over a 12 month period, we sell fish from 6 months old up to 24 months old (graded by size), although delivery of the fish is for a limited period from the end of September to the end of March, they are sold on a first come, first serve basis and most of the fish from the farm are sold long before the delivery period starts, if you want to secure your order be sure to place it early.
Large quantities - Fish Care is a high priority at Jon Wall Fisheries and as such we deliver all of our fish in top condition. We have two custom built trailers, both with fully controlled oxygen systems, towed by 4x4 vehicles giving good access to the waters edge.
PLEASE CAN CUSTOMERS IN SCOTLAND PLEASE CONTACT US REGARDING POSTAGE COSTS, AS THEY DIFFER FROM MAINLAND UK PRICES
Delivery prices on all orders is charged at 60p per mile, although for larger orders this can be negotiated.
Fish Price List 2013
All Prices are subject to V.A.T
There is no minimum order.
Other fish available in small quantities
Perch / Pike / Gudgeon / Chub
Availability and price on application
All prices are subject to V.A.T
A lot of controversy has surrounded this fish in recent years because of its ability to hybridize with normal carp creating a fish that looks very similar to the true crucian but with the ability to grow much larger, it will always be difficult to avoid these type of fish in any fishery where both species exist, but by stocking true crucians in the first place helps a great deal, Jon Wall Fisheries can supply 100% true crucians. Like bream, tend to shoal up and so large catches can be made in the right conditions, a big bag of crucians is a truely great sight indeed.
Tench are one of the hardiest coarse fish of all, creatures of habit they seem to have a character all of their own, with olive green skin and a small red eye, although they are a very hardy fish in recent years they have been bullied out of many fisheries by the more popular and successful carp, as such tench are becoming very sought after both by venues and anglers, tench should be considered a long term investment as they grow much slower than carp, but rest assured a lake with big tench will always pull anglers in.