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    thanks for the info guys.

    Gypsi i have been a few times and have seen tons of things besides fish so if you want you can bring the lights



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    Quote Originally Posted by daltonKye View Post
    thanks for the info guys.

    Gypsi i have been a few times and have seen tons of things besides fish so if you want you can bring the lights
    Thing is though equipment tends to go really cheap. I took a 55 gallon black trimmed tank with a solid oak blacks stand and a matching black oak canopy to the auction and it only sold for $72 and then the fees were made it where I got about $65...the wood cost more than that

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    I plan on bringing some fry from a labeotropheus trewasae marmalade cat but the fry are split gene with some of the males having the marmalade gene and some not how should i label these. also can i use a air pump to put air in the bag or do i need an oxygen tank
    Just remember fry have to be at least 1" and at that size no more than 6 to a big bag fewer if the bag is smaller or if the fish are bigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by daltonKye View Post
    I plan on bringing some fry from a labeotropheus trewasae marmalade cat but the fry are split gene with some of the males having the marmalade gene and some not how should i label these. also can i use a air pump to put air in the bag or do i need an oxygen tank
    Just remember fry have to be at least 1" and at that size no more than 6 to a big bag fewer if the bag is smaller or if the fish are bigger
    Turkis, Lemon Jake, Red Kaiser, Lwanda, Bi-Colors, Germ Red, Zrock Lithobates, Xyistromis Flamebacks, Albino Eureka Red, and a ton more.



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    Auction will be at the same location as usual. I will be bringing bristlenose plecos, S petricola and a bunch of other fish. Will post a pre sale add in a few days. See you all there.

    Auction should start about 11 AM and run until all items are sold. Cowboy game is at 7 so no excuses from that crowd this time.

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    Auction should be fun especially your first time! You will be like a kid in the candy store!



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    My 1st one I felt like I was 10 yrs old and it was xmas morning
    Turkis, Lemon Jake, Red Kaiser, Lwanda, Bi-Colors, Germ Red, Zrock Lithobates, Xyistromis Flamebacks, Albino Eureka Red, and a ton more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bristlenosedude View Post
    Marmalade cat males are a variant from the normal blue males, I would not call it a split gene. They are rare in the wild. I line bred fulleborni for about 10 years never letting the blue males reproduce and never fully got the blue males eliminated.

    Like above, don't feed for 3 or so days before bagging, O2 is best but you should be fine without it. I bag the evening before but use fresh water that has had an air stone running in it for a few days, don't use any tank water and do have an oxygen tank.
    The not taking water from the tank but rather fresh water is a great idea because after a few hours a lot of bags have particles in them were using fresh water would eliminate this issue.
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    Do people bring shrimps to sell there too?



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    Quote Originally Posted by linh1024 View Post
    Do people bring shrimps to sell there too?
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    Not fish only. You can sell anything fish related. You may or may not get what you want for them.

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    Yes you can sell or buy shrimp at the auction.



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    Well its bagging day...sellers will be busy today getting ready for tomorros
    Turkis, Lemon Jake, Red Kaiser, Lwanda, Bi-Colors, Germ Red, Zrock Lithobates, Xyistromis Flamebacks, Albino Eureka Red, and a ton more.



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