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Old 06-25-2012, 10:29 PM   #11
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2 shrimp a week..... How should I do that? The eel eats more than the grouper...... Should I feed them once a week????? And the other fish every other day??? Should I give the eel 1.5 shrimp a week and the grouper a half shrimp every week? Or should I feed 3 shrimp a week 2 for the eel and 1 for te grouper?
Twice a week. 1 shrimp per feeding 3/4 to eel, 1/4 to grouper. Batfish should be fine with mysis or whatever froZen your feeding. Also change it up between silversides and the shrimp.

Even 3 shrimp a week would be better then 6. And i think the amount of shrimp is the biggest problem.

Nori and the frozen every day alternating should be fine.
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Ok. So final feeding schedule. A little less than 1 sq inch of frozen every other day and on the off days 2 nori sheets. Every 3rd day 1 shrimp or 1 silverside alternating. Sound good?
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Ok. So final feeding schedule. A little less than 1 sq inch of frozen every other day and on the off days 2 nori sheets. Every 3rd day 1 shrimp or 1 silverside alternating. Sound good?
Sounds good however with silversides i would think 2-3 would be ok. Much smaller than shrimp. But yeah that sound like a good starting point, up it if you have problems but i dont think you will.
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The silversides I have are 3-4" long. They are thinner......... But seem longer... I'll stick with that schedule. Thanks for the help!!!!!!!
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The silversides I have are 3-4" long. They are thinner......... But seem longer... I'll stick with that schedule. Thanks for the help!!!!!!!
Ok yeah depends on size. No problem
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