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Old 01-09-2004, 05:57 PM   #1
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does anyone know of a way to catch a fish that is already in your reef tank?
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has anyone used one before and had success. cause the only one i saw was a trap that you put food into and closed yourself once the fish swam in. however my problem is that when my hands are in the water the fish wont come out. he's a smart little devil. but he keeps eating my shrimp.
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I have used "the Trap" by ultralife resources with great success. It has a door that slides up, a piece of monofiliment ine is tied to the door and run outside the tank, you sit and wait for the fish to swim into the baited trap and release the monofiliment line and the door closes, fish is caught.
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ok that sounds like a good idea thanks for the help. kyle
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