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Old 03-28-2014, 11:37 AM   #81
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Old 03-28-2014, 12:12 PM   #82
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It's does, really does.

Well, I can drive down to the keys and get a permit for recreational aquatic creatures in the reef an get stuff for free. It's kinda limited though.
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It's does, really does.

Well, I can drive down to the keys and get a permit for recreational aquatic creatures in the reef an get stuff for free. It's kinda limited though.

I live in Florida. Where r u? How much is a permit
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Old 03-28-2014, 12:24 PM   #84
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I live in Florida. Where r u? How much is a permit

You told me you lived in Texas before... Anyway, Sarasota/Bradenton area. The permit really depends, there are annuals, vacation, bi annually, you just have to pick and chose what works for you.
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You told me you lived in Texas before... Anyway, Sarasota/Bradenton area. The permit really depends, there are annuals, vacation, bi annually, you just have to pick and chose what works for you.

http://www.flkeysgc.com/Fishing/fishinglicenseinfo.html
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Old 03-28-2014, 12:27 PM   #86
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You told me you lived in Texas before... Anyway, Sarasota/Bradenton area. The permit really depends, there are annuals, vacation, bi annually, you just have to pick and chose what works for you.

I did? Sorry. Ok. Cool I'll look at that. There's some great corals on the reefs in ft. Lauderdale where I live. I also have a bunch of stores by me too.
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That's only for fishing right? Not diving and collecting coral.
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That's only for fishing right? Not diving and collecting coral.

That specific link, yes. If you goto the page they have linked, there are details for fish, coral and invertebrates.
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That specific link, yes. If you goto the page they have linked, there are details for fish, coral and invertebrates.
An ok. Personally I'd never take a coral off the reefs for two reasons. One, reefs are already in enough trouble. Second, think of al the unwanted pests you'd be dealing with
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An ok. Personally I'd never take a coral off the reefs for two reasons. One, reefs are already in enough trouble. Second, think of al the unwanted pests you'd be dealing with

Right, I'd gladly take a Lionfish since we have too many, but coral is just not ok.

However, I'd still go diving in the reefs, just not touch anything.
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True. I'll stick to buying frags
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Thanks, the shrooms were forced on me by the fiancť and daughter, as I am more of a ric fan, but I love the way they fill up the bottom of the left side, and most importantly the goby loves them and is always perched in one of them.
The rics aren't bad either lol.
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Old 03-28-2014, 06:47 PM   #93
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An ok. Personally I'd never take a coral off the reefs for two reasons. One, reefs are already in enough trouble. Second, think of al the unwanted pests you'd be dealing with

Ya I prefer aquacultured corals too. I wish there were more projects like this one.
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The rics aren't bad either lol.

No there not, looking to pick up a couple more in a month or 2 here
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I just snagged some sweet green/blue zoas and a piece of blue voodoo acropora from thatfishplace today . Also got some hermits but that's not really cool lol
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Nice, I expect some pics or it didn't happen :p
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Nice, I expect some pics or it didn't happen :p

+1. Pics
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Mac you pick up your new 40b today?
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Mac you pick up your new 40b today?

Nah the sale starts tomorrow! Im going to though. 100%


Actually debating 40b vs 55g. What would you pick. I'm thinking about the 55 because sniperhanks is so cool.
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I will get pics up ASAP! The zoas should be open by now.
Mac, if you're doing a reef definitely the 40b
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