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Old 08-19-2008, 10:57 AM   #81
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Sorry, I don't know anything about Aquatic Creations. I prefer to shop in Baltimore. I'd head down the road to find much better stores. The Aquarium Depot in Randallstown is a great place for dry goods and plants. Fish there are ok as well but I prefer to buy fish from Exotic Aquatics which is a bit farther down the beltway.
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Thanks but I already have plants that I am transplanting from my other tanks and Exotic Aquatics looks nice except for the 1 hr. and 1/2 drive. I'm simply looking for male and female dwarf gouramis, tetras and cory catfish. An hour and a half drive is a bit much for such non-rare fish.But thank you for replying!
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Isn't there another store a little past the FSK Mall? I'm sorry, but I don't know the roads up there. If you head in the direction of the newer movie theater, the mall is on the left, keep going and there is one on the left. It looks like a garden center.
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Old 08-19-2008, 01:31 PM   #84
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I haven't seen one that way. The only ones I know are Petsmart(not high quality), Rick's(rude and overpriced), Superpets(poor selection), and Mr. Coral(only saltwater). I have seen something about Today's Pet Store(new?)? That may be the one you are talking about, never been there...Any thoughts on that store? I also noticed on their website that they sell puppies and kittens(which typically come from puppy mills and the like) which I do not approve of due to the massive amount of dogs and cats present in Frederick's shelters that need adopting so I am hesitant to take my business to such a store.
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That may be it, but I have never benn. I do think it's new.
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Old 08-19-2008, 04:15 PM   #86
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Today's Pet Store is the pet stop in the FSK mall. selection is not that bad and the prices on the equipment are not bad.
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Old 08-19-2008, 10:42 PM   #87
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I'm not fresh enough for you Matt?
well you were until you started with that salt water tank..

haha i only say that out of jealousy i cant afford sw yet

it just seems there are more salties around here
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Naw, we probably don't have more salties here, we are just bigger bullies!
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One of you all shoulda PM'ed me, I so woulda met you at Mr. Coral!! Scott I didn't get your AIM message until after you were there lol.

I wanna check out the place in the mall again soon.

hiddenrunes, the place in Randallstown the Fluff talked about is nice and doesn't take too long to get to from Frederick. You just take I-26 from towards Baltimore and you'll run right into it. Takes about 40 minutes depending on traffic. GREAT selection.

Nothing else in Frederick though. There are some down towards DC which isn't as far as Baltimore.
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Heh, B-more and DC are the same amount of driving for me. Should we start another thread about a possible tour de LFSs?
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