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Old 01-06-2018, 05:12 PM   #1
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LFS in NJ?

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I'm about an hour north/west of Parsippany NJ and I'm looking for a good LFS. Does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks!
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Fish Hut in Saddle River is worth the trip.
Fish Hut of New Jersey – Freshwater – Saltwater – Reef
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Fish Hut of New Jersey Ė Freshwater Ė Saltwater Ė Reef
Thanks, I'll check them out!
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Ely's tropical fish (326 Columbia Turnpike, Florham Park, NJ 07932) is an old school fish store. It is NOT "big box store" in any aspect. I was impressed with his Freshwater stock when I was there a few years ago and I was in the fish business so to impress me, is a feat. Hope he's still open.
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Ely's tropical fish (326 Columbia Turnpike, Florham Park, NJ 07932) is an old school fish store. It is NOT "big box store" in any aspect. I was impressed with his Freshwater stock when I was there a few years ago and I was in the fish business so to impress me, is a feat. Hope he's still open.
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