Pricing Table Particle

Quickly drive clicks-and-mortar catalysts for change
Aquatic Vegetation Control
Aquatic vegetation, both native and exotic, can become a nuisance if not properly managed. This is especially true in fertile ponds where there are plenty of nutrients available for plant growth
American Sportfish also specializes in dredging. Our equipment is ideal for dredging boat slips, marina slips, in and around culverts, and boat ramps.
An Electrofishing Assessment involves the use of a specially designed electrofishing boat. The fish are stunned by an electrical current and are captured with a dip net and placed in a live well.
Supplemental Feeding
A supplemental feeding program can increase the size of your bluegill while also increasing their reproduction. Increased reproduction translates to more food for your bass population.

Senior Management/Owners

Sawyer ChilesSawyer Chiles

With over 20 years of hatchery, dredging and pond management experience, Sawyer provides a comprehensive plan to each of our clients’ needs. Sawyer is a proud graduate of Auburn University School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences and oversees dredging and lime operations.

Sawyer runs our farm in Camden, AL.

Email Sawyer



Robby MaysRobby Mays

A Certified Fisheries Biologist, Robby delivers over 15 years of hatchery and pond management knowledge to American Sport Fish Hatchery. Robby oversees our pond management and electrofishing teams. He earned both his Undergraduate and Master’s degree from Auburn University school of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences.

Email Robby



Shawn McNultyShawn McNulty

Growing up on a catfish farm in Arkansas, Shawn’s passion for fisheries and wildlife covers 15 years of hatchery experience. Shawn oversees our hatchery and farm production at our Montgomery, AL farm.

Shawn earned his PhD from Auburn’s School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences.

Email Shawn



Field Biologists

Our Field Biologists implement monthly management plans to our clients throughout the southeast. These individual plans include customized fertilizer and herbicidal applications, water quality analysis and automatic feeder maintenance.


Ginger StuckeyGinger Stuckey

Email Ginger








Eric Allison

Email Eric

Business Office Staff

Sandy DickeySandy Dickey

Sandy is our Office Manager. She oversees several aspects of our business including customer service, fish orders, delivery coordination, and day to day operations.

Email Sandy






Paige WilliamsPaige Williams

Paige is our Assistant Office Manager. She is involved with customer service, fish order and delivery coordination, and billing.


Tracking the Tiger: Tiger Bass and Their Growth in the Southeast
Tiger Bass® is a buzzword among pond owners and bass anglers throughout the Southeast.
Barry W. Smith
Barry W. Smith
Certified Fisheries Scientist
Starting Over
There are more than 2.5 million ponds scattered across the United States. Most of these ponds provide fair to excellent recreational fishing opportunities.
Don Keller
Don Keller
Certified Fisheries Scientist
Liming Ponds and Lakes
Most lakes and ponds in the southeast, except those built in Blackbelt soils or those receiving water from limestone aquifers, will benefit from the addition of agricultural limestone.
Barry W. Smith
Barry W. Smith
Certified Fisheries Scientist
A beautiful 3 year old 5.5 lb Tiger Bass successfully released after an electrofishing survey.
Building ponds to grow more fish!
Crappie Brood Fish
ASF crew seining a pond for fish to deliver.
One of our delivery trucks ready to deliver your fish.
Our modern fish handling equipment.
We have grass carp ready to deliver!
Another awesome Largemouth ready to spawn.
Reef ball delivery! Gotta have a place for those big Tiger bass to feed around.
Another beautiful Tiger Bass!

Seasonal Tips

This winter has been a cold one and now it appears that spring is here early! The spring fish spawning season is upon us so here are a few items for you to consider.
It may have cooled off a bit but your bluegill are feeding so make sure your feeders are ready!