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Old 02-23-2012, 10:08 PM   #11
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Old 02-24-2012, 01:32 AM   #12
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I found these particular ones in a creek near freeport fl yesterday.
Wow I wish I could find wild fish near me that could be kept in a moderately sized tank. All I have near me are trout and bass and I don't have the room or desire to keep a tank big enough that could house them
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what size tank do they need?
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Old 02-24-2012, 03:23 PM   #14
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I'd go with a 2 gallon or bigger.
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These fish are awesome. They are small, peaceful, and don't eat young!
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That is so not fair!! Very very nice fish! So healthy looking and everything!
Do you just go out to your backyard and grab fish to sell?
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No, I collect and keep them, sometimes I sell extras or f1's but it's not really a goal of mine currently.
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No, I collect and keep them, sometimes I sell extras or f1's but it's not really a goal of mine currently.
Nice, I bet that's cheaper then buying them
Its kinda cool that they are local fish too.
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No, I collect and keep them, sometimes I sell extras or f1's but it's not really a goal of mine currently.
And your allowed? You dont need anything special to do this?

Thats very cool! All i can catch in my creek are crawdads..
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I'd go with a 2 gallon or bigger.
how many could you do in a 2.5? one or more?
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