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Are you OK Chichi??
See Ya' Soon!:cool3:
Yep! Manny is like me. He is getting cranky in his old age:cool3:
Yep! We are done Squeak and now just maintaining which is a chore in itself.
I don't know what it is and I don't remember buying it?
Healthy and eating tons:yes:
LOL. At his age he does not have to smile anymore;)
Thanks Jim and All - These are the last ones for now.
A few more that I just culled and these were left.
The water is absolutely fabulous and the fish are thriving. No gators yet, but soon they will be swamping. We had 4 last year. This is prime time now in North Florida! I mean, It is here RIGHT...
Well, maybe it is time for Cobie to invite Nancy and I be included in her soon RV journey to Gore Oklahoma:toot::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo:
That is a start gentlemen.:cool3:
Maybe later we can have a campfire, roast some marsh mellows & wieners and break out singing
Hey Troy! Great to see you posting.:cool3: Good luck with your show and please post a lot of pictures for us.
That whole Hasegawa purchase was probably the best bang for the buck that I have ever bought. That fish has retained its' colors, including beni, in extremely hard water for 7-8 years now. Says...
I haven't bought any new ones for several years now and do not plan on doing so in the future. However; here is the past history of some of the herd.
There sure is a lot of truth in that statement:yes: I agree.
However; several of them are Koiphen/WWKC grow outs that were purchased here quite a few years ago for about $100 or less if my...
Thank You! I feed them a 50/50 mix of Blackwater Gold and Blackwater Max. I buy it by the ton and the mixtures costs me $1.50 a pound.
Thanks Darlene. It means a lot coming from a 11 year member!
Thanks Nancy. Here are the last ones that I just took.
Thanks. I will try to take a few under different lighting conditions shortly.
Very sorry for your loss.
Haven't seen you in 11 years Kid, 2004 Charlotte.:cool3:
Not that hard. Some PVC connections and the cost of the blowers of course.
Bead filter with blower:rockon:
Fabulous water! Keep checking it once a week, then once a month, then once in a blue moon.
Keep your eyes on the fish, learn their behavior and they will tell you if there is a problem.
WOW!! Those fish look extremely healthy and the water looks fabulous as well. Nice Video.
Excellent Thread. Thanks Jim!
An acid bath would prolly be more effective.
You are welcome but please no not Hi-Jack my thread :yell:
As I have mentioned to you before Nancy, You should become a Judge:yes: You definitely have a knack for it:cool3::cool3:
50 % correct!
Correct on the 1st one.
The 2nd one was from a US breeder:cool3:
Good Job Nancy! You got it:cool3:
See Folks - It is not really that difficult:no:
Domestic or Import???????
There are probably better ways but you can make it work, if you stock lightly and you are willing to work also. I am Mary's:bow3::bow3: husband and she made it work.