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Old 09-08-2008, 10:05 PM   #1
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Anyone know of a fish club in upstate sc?

Greenville myself here. Very few mom & pop LFS around here than I know of. Would love to meet people to help me expand my knowledge.
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:28 PM   #2
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:08 PM   #3
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If you are looking for a club dealing with saltwater, try RASOC (Reef Aquarium Society of Charlotte).
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I just found a place in Fort Mill called Reef Czar. It's probably the best lfs I have found in a while. It deals with fresh and saltwater and has the nicest collection of Coral Frags I have seen yet.
Do you ever go to FINTASTICS? Love that store.
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If you are looking for a club dealing with saltwater, try RASOC (Reef Aquarium Society of Charlotte).
Thanx. Im all FW here
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Do you ever go to FINTASTICS? Love that store.
Aaahhh..the fishkeepers paradise!
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Been once..it was awesome. I bought a really nice piece of dw. My brother lives in Charlotte and I just found out about Fintastics not too long ago. I will definately go back. They have the largest and healthiest looking selection I've ever seen. Not to mention accessories and decor. I live near Asheville, so it's a couple of hours away from me. I've just been a little scared of transporting fish that far, but obviously it can be done.
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Been once..it was awesome. I bought a really nice piece of dw. My brother lives in Charlotte and I just found out about Fintastics not too long ago. I will definately go back. They have the largest and healthiest looking selection I've ever seen. Not to mention accessories and decor. I live near Asheville, so it's a couple of hours away from me. I've just been a little scared of transporting fish that far, but obviously it can be done.
A few hours is nothing, when you buy online it takes 2 days. Just tell them how far you have to go, im sure they'd add more water and air.
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