- Tech Specs
- Protect Your Pond From Leaves & Debris
- Keep Predators Out
- Heavy Duty 1/8" Mesh Netting
The Pond Guy® Fine Mesh Pond Netting is the ultimate in pond protection. This heavy duty 1/8" mesh netting protects your water garden from stubbornly small debris, like pine needles, while still allowing sunlight penetration. Extremely durable tight weave clear mesh is great for predator control. Includes plastic stakes to securing netting.
From product dimensions to operation manuals, the TECH SPECS tab contains all of the information you need to choose the right equipment for your pond.
Pond Netting Size
Number Of Stakes Included
|10' x 10'||8 Stakes|
|18' x 18'||12 Stakes|
|20' x 33'||18 Stakes|
How To Use
Simply lay Pond Netting over the surface of your pond and stake tightly into place to ensure that the netting will not sag into the water.
When To Use
To protect your pond from blowing debris, netting should be installed in the late summer or early fall before trees begin to drop their leaves. Pond Netting can also be installed to help protect your fish from predators when necessary. Pond netting cannot hold excessive weight it is recommend that you remove the netting before first snowfall and frequently clear your netting of leaves and debris.
What others are saying
"Clear Pond Netting"Linda of Houston, TX
Just in the nick of time I used this netting to help winterized my pond that sits beneath a messy Tallow tree. It is already coveed with hundreds of leaves I won't have to net out of the pond. Great product! Will save me a lot of back-breaking work.View entire review
"Great pond net"David of Bethesda, MD
In past years I have used a larger mesh net, which snagged leaves and had to be cleaned off frequently, and let small maple seeds through to the pond. This year I tried the 20'x33' size of this fine mesh netting, and it worked great. It lets nothing through, and the fine mesh makes a smooth surface that leaves just slide off of. It even went through Hurricane Sandy! I found the included nylon stakes were pretty worthless, so I used framing nails and gutter spikes to peg down the edges.View entire review