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Old 05-29-2008, 01:00 AM   #1
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MTS Trap

So, I don't mind the MTS in my tank, but I'd like to give some to my friend for his loaches. I want to build a snail trap. Is a 2-liter bottle with a hold in the cap and a large straw running down the top good enough? I've made traps before, but they're small. I want to go bigger and leave it in for longer. Any recommendations?

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