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Old 12-26-2013, 11:54 PM   #31
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What is smelts?
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They are small fish people fry up. Smelt (fish) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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I don't think HEB will have that type of fish... You mentioned white fish is there any particular white fish that is the best to use?
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Whatever is cheapest. Cod, Haddock, Flounder...you name it.
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update! fish are absolutely obsessed with this new food. its 10x easier to feed and its exponentially cleaner (tank water-wise) than that junk i was feeding before. i still want to tweak the ingredients a bit but im def sticking to this. not to mention it was prob 10% the cost to make as the store bought stuff. hoping to work in some cyclop-eeze and nori in the next batch
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Is Tilapia white fish?
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Old 12-27-2013, 06:19 PM   #37
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Is Tilapia white fish?

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Is Tilapia white fish?
It's a fresh water fish though....not sure if that matters or not, so I stick to salt water critters.
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It's a fresh water fish though....not sure if that matters or not, so I stick to salt water critters.
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I work in a seafood dept in a ny supermarket people are always stopping by picking up fish for their fish

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