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Old 06-21-2011, 08:58 PM   #21
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LOL. I just wish I could get him out. I doubt a fish trap will work, I stare at the tank for hours everyday and havent seen him until today when I was feeding the tank. I doubt he'll come back out with the super currents that are in there.

**Buffy, I posted some of those sump pictures in the 125g thread for you.

Thank so much, I was able to read a little bit while I snuck outside for a smoke today. I'll be getting to that one here pretty soon.

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Old 06-22-2011, 10:30 AM   #22
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Ah...OK...I admit I wasn't following the 125 thread so missed the transfer of live rock
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He decided to move from the studio apartment to the penthouse
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Old 06-22-2011, 10:52 AM   #24
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He decided to move from the studio apartment to the penthouse

LOL he had a ton of room in the 29g, silly fishie. Make me all worried and upset that I killed him. Now i have a half inch fish in a 6 foot tank. Hope the anthias doesnt get hungry.
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I knew it! I knew you couldn't have squished him, Carey! I'm so happy the little fishy is fine!
And to catch him, set up a trap with food in it. It may take a lot of time of course, but possible. I got an evil chromis with a trap once, and was that fish fast and smart! But I didn't even have to break down the tank, just got a trap and waited...
He is too cute, that candycane of yours! Does he have a name yet?
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LOl, Youre gonna laugh but I tend to name my fish what they are. With some variation of course. I have a dopey Goby, bit** fish(female oscellaris), scooter, blenny and of course Bob, the sea hare. I just picked up a mystery snail for my 10g FW I named him Joe.

How would I even go about making a fish trap? I saw him again this morning btw, he was 6 feet away from last nights locale so he is getting around pretty well.
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LOl, Youre gonna laugh but I tend to name my fish what they are. With some variation of course. I have a dopey Goby, bit** fish(female oscellaris), scooter, blenny and of course Bob, the sea hare. I just picked up a mystery snail for my 10g FW I named him Joe.

How would I even go about making a fish trap? I saw him again this morning btw, he was 6 feet away from last nights locale so he is getting around pretty well.
Dopey goby - LMAO!!!

I didn't make a trap, I bought it when I needed one, so I can't help you with that but I'm sure it shouldn't be too hard.

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I saw him again this morning btw, he was 6 feet away from last nights locale so he is getting around pretty well.
Little fish in a big world. Maybe he'll be okay in there? As long as nobody wants to make a snack out of him. Can I call him Candy? Though he'd have to become a she then... Lol
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I'm Ok with that, candy it is! Shorter to write too.

The dopey goby is the citron one, he is the slowest and dumbest moving fish ever. But I wouldnt trade him for anything! lol
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The dopey goby is the citron one, he is the slowest and dumbest moving fish ever. But I wouldnt trade him for anything! lol
Yes, I knew who you meant, I remember him. He is so cool with that head and serious look of his that I wish I had room for another fish in my cube. There're so many cool fish to choose from! It's terribly hard to make up my mind!
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And that's exactly when MTS sets in. Too many fish, too little real estate. lol

I'm, still sitting on a fully setup 55g SW that I'm planning on selling. It's hard, but then theres room for another tank.

Do you know where you'll put your next tank already? LOL
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