FINGERLING PRICES

Trout Price List 2018

 SPECIES/SIZE

 LENGTH (mm)

 WEIGHT (gms)

 PRICE
< 100

 PRICE
> 100
 

 AVAILABILITY

 Rainbow Trout
fingerlings

 110 - 150

 25+

$2.50

$2.00

 mid April

 Rainbow Trout
adv fingerlings

 150 - 190

40+

$3.00

$2.50

 May

 Rainbow Trout
yearlings

 190+

100+

$3.50

$3.00

 all pre sold

Rainbow Trout
triploid yearlings

 190+

100+

$3.50

$3.00

  out of stock

Note: lengths and weights are a guide only and subject to slight variation
Fingerlings purchased in April/May will easily acheive edible size (350 - 600gms) in an aquaponics system before October

Silver Perch Price List 2018
 SIZE

 LENGTH (mm)

 WEIGHT (gms)

PRICE
< 50

PRICE
> 50
 

 AVAILABILITY
Fry

 30 - 40

0.5 - 1.5

$1.50

$1.25

late Feb
Fingerlings

 40 - 50

1.5 - 2

$1.75

$1.50

in stock
Fingerlings

 50 - 75

2 - 5

$2.00

$1.75

in stock
Yearlings

 75 - 100

5 - 10

$2.50

$2.00

in stock
Yearlings 

 100 -125

10 - 25

$3.50

$3.00

sold out
Yearlings

 200 - 250

125 - 280

$6.00

$6.00

in stock
Yearlings

 250 - 280

280 +

$7.00

$7.00

in stock
Note: lengths and weights are a guide only and subject to slight variation
No Silver Perch fingerling sales over the winter months
Larger fish $22 kilo


Fish Delivery Service

Ferguson Springs can deliver fish straight to your dam or tank, we deliver anywhere between Margaret River and Perth and some other areas of the SW. Due to their larger size and higher DO requirements Trout delivery costs are for up to 100 fish, each fish over this is charged at the same rate as a new order. ie 200 trout will cost the same as two orders of 100 trout including delivery. Silver Perch can be delivered for the one off delivery charge regardless of the quantity ordered. Call us for a price of delivery to your area.

Deliveries to Perth are generally : Silver Perch - March - April and Oct - Dec. Trout - April - mid May

Translocation of Fish within Western Australia for use in hobby aquaculture/aquaponics

Current regulations require that the purchaser of any live fish in WA must first notify the Translocation Officer at the Department of Fisheries before the fish can be moved. See Dept Fisheries website for details.

 

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