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Old 11-06-2013, 06:52 PM   #5161
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Dont know what "opai ula" is lol, but no problem in the info, everyones always trying to scare people away from SW... But how do you think the people with giant 100+ reef tanks started off? I guarentee with a FW lol
lol I work so much, that I barely have time for my tanks anymore, but when I do have time to spend with them, I tell everyone not to bother me. And my fish time xD "Opai Ula" is a type of brackish shrimp here in hawaii. They sell for $5 (20pcs). But I like them a lot. I can catch a whole bunch and just stock my tank
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Old 11-06-2013, 06:56 PM   #5163
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lol I work so much, that I barely have time for my tanks anymore, but when I do have time to spend with them, I tell everyone not to bother me. And my fish time xD "Opai Ula" is a type of brackish shrimp here in hawaii. They sell for $5 (20pcs). But I like them a lot. I can catch a whole bunch and just stock my tank
Wow, now i wanna live in hawaii even more!!!
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Old 11-06-2013, 07:01 PM   #5165
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Wow, now i wanna live in hawaii even more!!!
Living in hawaii is like living on a giant SW aquarium. With the occasional BW tide pools here and there. Some things we can take from the ocean. But other things require permits. Needless to say, You can have wild caught reef fish But coral can not be taken we have protected areas.

My brother wanted to set up a grow pond, so he can raise fish to eat. I was going to take a loan out to build a huge pond at my grandparents.
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Living in hawaii is like living on a giant SW aquarium. With the occasional BW tide pools here and there. Some things we can take from the ocean. But other things require permits. Needless to say, You can have wild caught reef fish But coral can not be taken we have protected areas.

My brother wanted to set up a grow pond, so he can raise fish to eat. I was going to take a loan out to build a huge pond at my grandparents.
So jealous!!! Its good the corals are protected, or the reef would be a FOWLR lol
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So jealous!!! Its good the corals are protected, or the reef would be a FOWLR lol
Lol so true. If you are ever in hawaii PM me I can take you to some spots!
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Checked on the fish tested water and fed fish . Tomorrow I trade the two large male killifish for two small females to go with the small male since large males are bitting my guppies tales . I hope that the small killifish beig so small will leave guppy alone since the small ones will grow up with the guppy
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Checked on the fish tested water and fed fish . Tomorrow I trade the two large male killifish for two small females to go with the small male since large males are butting my guppies tales . I hope that the small killifish beig so small with leave guppy alone since the small ones will grow up with the guppy
How about making an album on the kilis? So we can look at it on your profile?
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Lol so true. If you are ever in hawaii PM me I can take you to some spots!
Alright, dont think that will ever happen though! Im going to the flordia keys next summer so i might be able to catch my self somthing there :p
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