Aquaculture in Indonesia is one of the important components in the fisheries sector, one of the nile tilapia farming. North Sulawesi is generally known as a producer of freshwater farmed fish. The purpose of this study to the location to see the general state of research, the general state of tilapia farming, and to determine the existence of farming nile tilapia fish farmers. This study took place in the village Warukapas North Minahasa regency of North Sulawesi province, starting from September 2012 until January of 2013. Existence is a dynamic process, the cultivation can be said to exist if the activities had been developed in terms of both quality and quantity. The method used has research base descriptive case studies, data collection is the purposive sampling method, the data type used is primary data and secondary data. The method used in this study is a descriptive analysis of qualitative and quantitative descriptive. Size of the pool for maintenance between 1500 m2 to 15,000 m2 Seeds was originally purchased from the Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture Tatelu (BBAT) and Surabaya, now the seeds of its own cultivation. Farmers in the Warukapas village most have their own capital, the initial capital used continuously (sustained) farmers have 1 person workforce. Income earned any tilapia farmers depends how many fish are harvested. Spending just to buy food and basic necessities for daily family life - today. The magnitude of the average profit was 35,604,333. Nile tilapia aquaculture farmers in the Warukapas village which can be said to exist is a farmer who has been farming activities ± 2 years, and still exist in the culture business until now.