We offer you the easiest, most economical way to stock your pond or water garden with beautiful, affordable koi fish!
Simply choose your quantity and size of Regular Fin Koi Fish you would like...it is that easy! Don't forget to use the coupon code when you get to the check out!
Our Koi Fish are not just stunning - They are health certified and farm raised in the USA from professional Koi breeders who have been in the industry for 88 years! All fish are from the finest Japanese broodstock. Order yours today!
24 Hour/Live Arrival Guarantee! We Guarantee our fish will arrive alive, and will survive 24 hours. Please read our shipping policy prior to ordering.
We offer these beautiful larger koi for sale in 2 different sizes, perfect for any pond:
Shipping via overnight air freight has been reduced! Now a flat $45 per case in the Continental US, which is great savings for you!
8" and 10" koi ship on Mondays only. Please do order before 10AM eastern for guaranteed next day delivery.
Some Additional Koi Fish Information:
Size: They have been known to grow to 36"
Lifespan: Up to 47 years
Temperament: Docile, various sizes will co habit without any problems
Koi Fish History:
Also known as nishikigoi, koi carp and koi fish, Koi (Cyprinus carpio) are a member of the carp family. There are several different theories surrounding the development of Koi as we know them today, and though dates and times vary with each, one thing they all agree upon is that Koi originated from a species of wild carp that is a primary food source throughout asia and the middle east.
Originally kept by rice farmers for a winter food store, some of the fish began to exhibit genetic mutations in the form of colors. First red, then white, then red and white together, and so on. This is thought to have been sometime during the 19th century. The farmers recognized that these fish were special, and so the colored fish were spared from the plate and were kept separate from the normal carp, and were allowed to breed.
The further development of Koi as we know them today was pioneered by the Japanese, and by 1915 a triple colored Koi was introduced in Tokyo, after which Koi keeping became very popular in Japan.
The development of the plastic bag in the 1950's allowed Koi to be shipped worldwide with high survival rates, which is due in part to their hardy carp ancestors. The popularity of Koi continued to spread worldwide, and over time the beautiful variety of colors we see today were developed.
Today, Koi fish come in a variety of colors, from solid yellow to tri-color patterns. There are over a dozen officially recognized Koi color combinations, and the older a Koi is, the more prominent its color pattern will become. Traditionally, Koi range in size from 2.5" to 36" but given the proper environment, can grow even larger.
Koi were originally very expensive, with one fish being equivalent to the price of a small car. They were primarily kept by members of high society in formal garden ponds, but today anyone can purchase an entire case of them.
Our Koi are of high quality and are health certified, coming from a reptutable North American breeder who has been in business for 88 years, so you can rest easy knowing your fish are coming from a clean source.
Have more questions? We have answers! Call us toll free at 1-877-364-8238 or email us.
Like always, we have great prices, and your Koi ship Overnight Express for a low flat box rate nationwide! (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) The more you buy, the greater your shipping savings is!
Order your Koi Fish from The Pond Hub today!
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Posted by jocelyn on 15th Aug 2013
I love the fishes I just teceived. Money well spent! I'm planning to get more!
Posted by Janci on 31st Jul 2013
Wonderful service. Received live healthy koi. All survived trip to Virginia. All the koi are beautiful coloring, packaging was great, pleasure to do business with this company!
Posted by Lloyd Walkr on 31st Jul 2013
We ordered a case of the 3" Koy. The fish we received were beautiful. They far exceeded what we expected. We only had one fish that didn't survive.
Posted by Marsha Rakosi on 17th Jul 2013
Unfortunately I lost 68 fish in my pond, I was devastated. Didn't know if I wanted to order more fish via the internet or just fill my pond in. I did a lot of research and came upon "The Pond Hub". I read the reviews, I even called and spoke with Jason prior to ordering. He assured me that his koi were healthy. So I took a chance and purchase 2 boxes of koi. They are absolutely beautiful. They arrived alive, very healthy and are have a grand old time in my pond. I love them...I will personally purchase from Pond Hub again. Thanks Jason!!!!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Jul 2013
amazing customer service - thanks so much!
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