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Old 05-16-2004, 11:49 PM   #11
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Old 05-17-2004, 07:36 AM   #13
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I do indeed go to UWF. My favorite LFS here in P-Cola is Water World!
I go to Waterworld quite a bit. The way they setup that store up is the best I've ever seen. The only thing I dont like is how high their fish and invert prices are. For example, $39.99 for a medium size Blood (Fire) Shrimp? I went to ReefScapes and got a huge one for $29.99.

Are there any others that you can clue me in on over there?
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Old 05-17-2004, 10:57 PM   #14
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Yes, Water World has a very nice store - they are my favorite. I did, however, visit a place called Aquaria (I think it used to be called Aquaworks) on the corner of Palafox and Texar. They are in the middle of setting up lots of new tanks, but it seems nice. I bought an absolutely beautiful piece of liverock there!
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Yeah I was in there about 2 months ago and they were drilling tanks for display. I'll have to wait a bit and go back when I'm in town. When you get a chance go to Reefscapes, they are across from the Sports Academy.
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I have been in to Reefscapes as well. Actually, when I was first starting off getting my tank and equipment together I went in there and they were not very helpful at all. They seemed like they didn't even want to acknowledge that I was there. So, they happened to tell me about Water World. So, I left and never went back!
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