Hi. I'm new to the Forum so bear with me. We have a 6000 ltr garden pond, over 3 levels. 15 goldfish (including shubunkin and parrot) and 3 bottom feeders are our original stock of fish. Don't think they spawned the first year but last year they spawned about 5 times that we saw. So we now have an abundance of last years babies plus tiny fry from this year's multiple spawnings. We need to get rid of a good amount, if not all, or we will be overstocked. Loads of people lining up for them but they all seem to be bottom feeders and we've only been able to catch half a dozen or so of the plethora of babies that are in the pond. Any suggestions please for the best way to catch them? Can't catch them by putting feed out as they're bottom feeders. Should we leave them until they're older and bigger? As they get bigger will they start to come to the surface to feed (we think they may be the offspring of mixed marriages). They are virtually all brown speckled with silver underbellies. The three original bottom feeders were dark brown all over. I look forward to any advice you can give. Maybe a special kind of net? Thanks.