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Old 03-18-2005, 02:18 PM   #1
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Anyone sell fish????

Clownfish, puffers, tangs, wrasse, shrimp, crabs, snails, starfish, etc.
Does anyone sell them? They can be tank bred, but the clowns I want to
be wild so anenomaes will host it.
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Old 03-18-2005, 02:36 PM   #2
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be wild so anenomaes will host it.
It is still not a sure bet. Many people here have had tank raised clowns pair with anemones. Wild caust or tank raised, it is still a crap shoot.
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I would say invest in a slurp gun and take a trip to a reef.

My husband and I are musing the idea of buying a slurp gun, if we do I will let you know. They are quite expensive. If we do buy one, we will want to sell some fish to make up for the cost. It is by far the most humane way to capture fish from the ocean.
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I did a search and it looks like they are $60-80 or so. Not cheap you are right, but you could catch them without much stress.

If you get one please let me know!
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The ones we have found (naturally they are the best, after all my husband is a Navy Diver) range about $100 easy. I might do it... we will see when Spring is almost over.
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ive used a slurp gun and can say first hand its not as easy as your thinking it is!
imo its worth buying the fish and enjoy the dive
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