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Cage culture of fish uses existing water resources but encloses the fish in a cage or basket that allows water to pass freely between the fish and the pond. Consider the advantages and disadvantages. Also read about details of site selection, cage construction, species suitable for cage culture, and more.
Managing Iowa Fisheries
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Environment, Water Resources and Water Quality
Agricultural Education | Agriculture | Aquaculture and Fisheries | Natural Resources Management and Policy
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Clayton, Richard and Morris, Joseph E., "Managing Iowa Fisheries: Cage Fish Culture" (2009). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 130.