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Old 03-08-2012, 09:49 AM   #71
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Good filtering. Getting your water parameters to where they need to be is what it's all about. ask me anytime if you need some help. Pm is best. It is really rewarding once things are up and going well. Congrats on getting the tank setup. What size tank is it?


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Utah here too...up in the Cache Valley area. New to the whole aquarium world. Just bought an already established tank and am starting to realize the lady I bought it from was not very knowledgable (even though she claimed otherwise). *sigh* feeling overwhelmed but refuse to give up!
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Old 03-10-2012, 05:36 AM   #72
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Good filtering. Getting your water parameters to where they need to be is what it's all about. ask me anytime if you need some help. Pm is best. It is really rewarding once things are up and going well. Congrats on getting the tank setup. What size tank is it?
30g but am actually considering a 75g I found on ksl for $100. Need to talk to my land lord abt the weight/floor first tho. Thanks for your offer to help...i definitely will prob take you up on that one of these days!
Where are you located? I wish there was some kind of mom/pop lfs here in Logan but there is just Petsmart and Walmart. Anything small like that where you are?
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Old 03-11-2012, 09:35 PM   #73
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Ya 75 gallons is not to heavy for most any floor. Especially if you place it near a wall. I live in kearns myself. We so have a good bit of places here to buy fish. If you are ever looking for something let me now and I can keep my eyes out for it. And if you want any sp44 red tails I have a good amount of those always. Logan is not too far away at all.
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:59 AM   #74
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I'm in Utah too. St. George to be exact.
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Old 02-16-2014, 11:34 PM   #75
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Not sure if i can still post here... Its been dead for more than a year..

Anywho. I live in salt lake city, and looking for fishie friends

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Old 03-20-2014, 12:38 AM   #76
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Hey I'm from Utah too I live in the Herriman area by the copper mine I was wondering of anybody had any native tanks? And if it is legal to take fish for your tank like bluegills?
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Old 03-20-2014, 04:08 AM   #77
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Hey bettalife.
At the very least, you will likely need a fishing license. I couldn't find anything on Utah's stance, but you're likely not allow to take them from the wild. Community fisheries are your best bet for getting a bluegill- I'd see if you can get ahold of anyone at The Cove at Herriman Springs Pond

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Old 03-20-2014, 01:50 PM   #78
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Anyone here interested in buying some fish? I have a male honey gourami, male albino bristlenose, 4 lemon tetras, 6 CPD's, red cherry shrimp and 5 kuhli loaches I'd like to sell. Make me a reasonable offer on any you're interested in. I'm in West Valley
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Thanks twolfsbane I will probably just stick to cichlids. It probably wouldn't work out putting them in the tank anyways. But I wonder if you could put crawdads in there to help clean the tank. And there really easy to catch the fishing proclamation says that you can take them for personal non commercial use. But I don't know what tank size they need or what to feed them.
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I'm in West Valley. I love looking on KSL for fishy deals!
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