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Old 09-30-2013, 04:02 AM   #11
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if I can catch 2 blue devil damsels in my 125....you can catch 1 damsel in your 29. just grab 5-6 nets (not kidding) and corner him.as for the clowns, congrats!! its very rare to see 2 pairs coexisting in a smaller tank. don't pay attention to the downers.
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:19 AM   #12
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This gives me hope, I been stopping myself from adding another pair of clowns to my 55g. I might try someday when ive got a spare tank incase things go wrong.
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:39 AM   #13
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Mebbid I agree its pure luck. That comment made me laugh. That's how I feel about my damsel and I can't catch him. May order a commercial fish trap soon

And bige as was stated both females lay eggs. The clarkii once every 2 week's and the percs once since I got them
I used a water bottle, cut the top off, invert in into the bottle, put food inside and let it sink. I caught all my fish in my 120 to treat for ICH. You tube has videos to make your own fish trap.
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I used a water bottle, cut the top off, invert in into the bottle, put food inside and let it sink. I caught all my fish in my 120 to treat for ICH. You tube has videos to make your own fish trap.
Thats what worked for me. Tie some fishing line to it so you can snatch it out. Thats how I got my super ninja dottyback out.
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I've been trying that but this damsel is a smart SoB and won't go in it. He hangs around the entrance and just sits there like a douche.
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I've been trying that but this damsel is a smart SoB and won't go in it. He hangs around the entrance and just sits there like a douche.
How long did you wait? The longest it took me waiting was 20 minutes for one fish. If he won't go in that, than he might not go in a trap you spend money on!
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