Winter pond management is essential for the health of aquatic ecosystems. During this season, temperature fluctuations and reduced sunlight can impact water quality and fish behavior. To ensure success, it's important to adjust feeding practices, monitor dissolved oxygen levels, and maintain adequate water depth. Proper organic matter removal, algal bloom control, and pH regulation are essential for water quality maintenance. Prophylactic measures like antibiotic application and salt usage can help prevent disease outbreaks, while expert consultation is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment in case of diseases. Additionally, avoiding fish stocking during winter and creating space for new fingerlings in spring promotes efficient and sustainable aquaculture. Winter pond management requires a comprehensive approach, emphasizing regular monitoring, responsible practices, and expert guidance for the well-being of fish and overall pond health.