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Old 04-23-2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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I found this application/site whilst pondering the possibility of caring for lake fish. My iPhone said there was a app for free to download and lo and behold, here I am. While I have as of yet to acquire the space, I hope to one day have 100 gallons teeming with acquatic life. Very avid freshwater fisherman, hoping to glean information about housing lake fish we sonoften catch on a rod n reel. Fish such as large or smallmouth bass, bream, crappie, etc. No attempts have been made on such a feat but would enjoy further information regarding the topic.
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Welcome to AA! I have community tanks with livebearer fish, and corydoras, as well I love to go fresh and saltwater fishing
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I found this application/site whilst pondering the possibility of caring for lake fish. My iPhone said there was a app for free to download and lo and behold, here I am. While I have as of yet to acquire the space, I hope to one day have 100 gallons teeming with acquatic life. Very avid freshwater fisherman, hoping to glean information about housing lake fish we sonoften catch on a rod n reel. Fish such as large or smallmouth bass, bream, crappie, etc. No attempts have been made on such a feat but would enjoy further information regarding the topic.
My man.... fishing in the living room! I hope you like AA. This is a nice and passionate crowd. Welcome
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Check out the article my buddy Eco23 wrote about fishLESS cycling. Just ask any question. And don't.be shy
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I had a 55 gallon with a small school of bluegill in it, was probably my favorite tank. Wish I could have afforded to have a larger one back then. I plan to try and do another one in a 210 or 300 gallon tank.
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I have a 22, 500 gal pool and wish every spring I could chuck a Carloina rigged rubber worm in there and be Bill Dance one more time
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Old 04-23-2011, 10:22 PM   #7
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I have always wanted my own pond to fish in.
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I have always wanted my own pond to fish in.
Yea but my wife and kids know it's a pool....
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