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to the home of The Koi Club of Middle Tennessee

Don & Wanda Richardson's Pond

Jim & Nancy Vaden's Pond

Don & Ann Krantz's Pond

Joyce & Tom Carlton's Pond

KCMT Group

Attends Marusho havest
Thursday, October 30, 2014

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Koi Club of Middle Tennessee

kcmt logo trans 001The Koi Club of Middle Tennessee is a non-profit organization formed in May 2003 to promote, create and enlarge the fascinating hobby of “Nishikigoi”. We are the first true Koi club in the State. Our membership ranges from novice to advanced Koi keepers, from commercial members who build ponds, to those who supply koi food, pond equipment and offer quality domestic and imported Koi. This diversity is an asset to our membership. Our goal is to provide opportunities for members to improve their skills in “the science of Koi keeping”, where we share the pride of good Koi husbandry and the joy of sharing our experiences.

KCMT meets at 2:00 pm, on the fourth Sunday of the month, or at the call of the president, for social events, seminars and guest speakers. Please email us to be informed of the next meeting date, time and location.

Members also enjoy the benefits of the monthly newsletter, “Koi News”. If you desire more information about our club, please click on the “E-mail” button to contact us.

If you wish to join now, please click on the “Membership Form” button.

Whether visitor or prospective member, The Koi Club of Middle Tennessee welcomes you!

Know Your Koi

Sanke

White based koi, red & black pattern high-riding, black does not wrap, has tejima, 
Sanke

Bekko

White based 2-colored koi, with sanke-like sumi.
Bekko

Goshiki

5 colored, robed koi.
Goshiki

Asagi

Blue, scaled koi with hi along lateral lines & around the cheeks.
Asagi

Gin Rin

Koi with reflective deposits on scales.
Gin Rin

Doitsu

Scale-less koi, or scales only on lateral and/or dorsal
Doitsu

Kohaku

White based koi with red pattern
Kohaku

Showa

Black based koi w/red & white patches, wrapping sumi, motoguru.
Showa