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Old 10-05-2011, 01:00 PM   #51
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Capture the Sea in Tinley Park?

Anybody ever go there hear they have been purging everything and going out of business for over a year now supposedly lol.

I live in Naperville area and only have freshwater, is it worth it to even go check em out or has anybody been there lately and is it just hot garbage at this point?


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Old 01-12-2012, 03:45 PM   #52
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I use Aquarium in Old Town:

Salt-Water Aquarium Store - The Aquarium in Old Town, Wichita KS

Wichita, Kansas

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Old 01-12-2012, 03:54 PM   #53
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A fellow Kansan! I should check that place out but I never go to Wichita. I just go to Petlworld in Lawrence and the L&L Pets that's right across the alley from my house.
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It's not a bad place...the owners are very picky on who they hire and they have 3 tanks at home themselves. I just questioned their idea to use the fish-in cycling method.
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I use Pet World in Lawrence, Ks. Great people, greT tanks, great fish. All around one of the better places I've found in the midwest.

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I use Club Green Aquatics in Mt. Pleasant Michigan. The owner Paul is really great and friendly. It is fish-only but sometimes Paul will have a setup for sale. There are no saltwater fish, but the freshwater stock is the best around. Amazing discus, bettas, angels, Africans, and oddballs. If any of you guys are near Mt Pleasant then this store would be an awesome choice for you.

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