Central California Koi Society 37th Annual Koi Show

Published on July 13, 2015

The event will be held at the Fig Garden Village, 5082 N. Palm Ave, Fresno, CA. The purpose of the 37th annual Central California Koi Society koi show is to encourage koi hobbyists to exhibit their koi and network with other koi hobbyists in the area so as to broaden their spectrum of the koi and their classification. There are several judges that travel from outside of the Fresno area from various regions to come and judge the koi. Some of the

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things the judges look at are pattern, body conformation and size. There are some enormous sized koi that are exhibited and every year the koi get bigger and bigger. The koi are all competing for the Grand Champion trophy and once they receive that award they are eligible to compete in the AKCA Champion of Champions contest.

Things that you will see are different varieties of koi ranging in size from small 4”-6” to the very large and in some cases jumbo size which is 30” and above. There are koi vendors here selling koi and pond products. Several are traveling as far away as Los Angeles they will have products that you would not be able to buy here in Fresno. We will have an information booth set up where the public can stop by and ask questions regarding becoming a new member or any question relating to koi and their care. Also there will be a koi show booklet there showcasing our koi show and koi club. This is a great opportunity to join our club to learn more about koi and pond care.

Theshow is free to attend so please save the date to come see some of the most beautiful koi competing for the top honor of Grand Champion. For further information check us out on the web at cencalkoi.com

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