For sterlets, the smallest sturgeon species, you’ll need about 1,000 to 2,000 gallons at least (per sturgeon). Pellet to Sturgeon size. So if you plan on keeping Sturgeon, make sure that there are plenty of places for them to hide so they can protect themselves from the brightness and heat of the sun. One of them died when i treated the pond with a blanketweed treatment (forgot which one now). Owing to its small size (9 cm - 3.5 inches), outdoor ponds can be populated with small and colorful shoals.
We specializes in bluegill, channel catfish, … Although aquarium sturgeon will live happily with koi, their irregular movement can disturb the koi and the tank bottom. Question left on 8.11.2012 at 13:42:19 by Steven Prusky Hi, I found your site and hope you can help me regarding pond sturgeon. Natural ponds with stagnant water will not have the pristine water conditions that diamond sturgeon need to survive.