Health certified fresh water game fish producers

Minnesota Muskie Farm, Inc. produces all kinds of health certified fresh water game fish for pond stocking, lake stocking and reservoir stocking.  Species include: Walleye, Yellow Perch, Black Crappie, Northern Pike, Tiger Muskie, Leech Lake Pure Muskie, Large Mouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass Pumpkinseed Sunfish, & Bluegill.

Minnesota Muskie Farm, Inc. is a family owned fish farm. In 1994 it was purchased and has been growing healthy certified disease free fish; VHS included.


We also sell Fathead Minnows to feed the fish in your lake or pond. A fathead minnow is the feed of choice!

We're Here To Help You Fill Your Ponds

Game Fish

We raise various sizes of different game fish species for pond, lake & reservoir stocking.

Stocking Fish

Determine what species would be beneficial and what quantity to stock in your body of water.

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We are here to answer your questions and help you get the right fish for your application.

Customer Testimonials

"My name is Dan Baque and I currently reside in southern Illinois. I am staying on my grandparents property while I attend Southern Illinois University. We have two - 1 1/2 acre farm ponds with bass, bluegill, crappie, and catfish. About four years ago we decided to stock muskies in the pond not just to fish for, but also because the largemouth bass population was becoming stunted due to a large bass population. My uncle Robert purchased 10 fingerling muskies I believe between 12 and 14 inches. We put five in one lake and five in the other. We have noticed a considerable improvement on the size of not only the bass, but in the bluegill and crappie sizes as well. That's not all! Yesterday I received the honor of catching one of the muskies. It was the first time we have been able to see one since they were stocked four years ago. It measured out to be 35" and extremely strong and healthy. The fish was quickly photographed and released. Anyway, I just thought I would take some time and express my thanks and gratitude for supplying this ecologically important and enjoyable resource."

~Dan Baque