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Old 01-09-2005, 03:43 PM
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Thanks to all who gave me information and advice about my first years fry.
I followed everything people said and expected two or three baby fish at the
end. I now have nearly forty 1" to 1.5" brown/orange fish.
Thanks all

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"KerplunKuK" [dot]uk wrote in message
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Thanks to all who gave me information and advice about my first years fry.
I followed everything people said and expected two or three baby fish at
the end. I now have nearly forty 1" to 1.5" brown/orange fish.
Thanks all


Occasionally petstores will take them, chain pet stores often don't.



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Old 03-09-2005, 02:33 AM
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Your fun is just beginning! I have over 200 goldfish from my ponds. I
can't seem to part with them! In addition to my outside ponds I have a 300
gallon indoor pond, a 100 gallon aquarium, 65 gallon aquarium, 29 gallon
aquarium and two 10 gallon tanks. I have about 40 babies outside now and I
don't know what to do with them. I think I'll keep the best looking ones
and try to find homes for the others in the Spring. My wife says she'll
leave me if I put in another tank! We're negotiating which luggage she'll
take just in case!!! ;-)

Tom in Howell, NJ


"KerplunKuK" [dot]uk wrote in message
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Thanks to all who gave me information and advice about my first years fry.
I followed everything people said and expected two or three baby fish at
the end. I now have nearly forty 1" to 1.5" brown/orange fish.
Thanks all

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Old 03-09-2005, 12:18 PM
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How do you catch your fry?

Jim

Tom Puskar wrote:
Your fun is just beginning! I have over 200 goldfish from my ponds. I
can't seem to part with them! In addition to my outside ponds I have a 300
gallon indoor pond, a 100 gallon aquarium, 65 gallon aquarium, 29 gallon
aquarium and two 10 gallon tanks. I have about 40 babies outside now and I
don't know what to do with them. I think I'll keep the best looking ones
and try to find homes for the others in the Spring. My wife says she'll
leave me if I put in another tank! We're negotiating which luggage she'll
take just in case!!! ;-)

Tom in Howell, NJ


"KerplunKuK" [dot]uk wrote in message
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Thanks to all who gave me information and advice about my first years fry.
I followed everything people said and expected two or three baby fish at
the end. I now have nearly forty 1" to 1.5" brown/orange fish.
Thanks all

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Old 11-09-2005, 10:34 PM
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With a pan?

Phyllis and Jim Hurley wrote:
How do you catch your fry?

Jim

Tom Puskar wrote:

Your fun is just beginning! I have over 200 goldfish from my ponds.
I can't seem to part with them! In addition to my outside ponds I
have a 300 gallon indoor pond, a 100 gallon aquarium, 65 gallon
aquarium, 29 gallon aquarium and two 10 gallon tanks. I have about 40
babies outside now and I don't know what to do with them. I think
I'll keep the best looking ones and try to find homes for the others
in the Spring. My wife says she'll leave me if I put in another
tank! We're negotiating which luggage she'll take just in case!!! ;-)

Tom in Howell, NJ


"KerplunKuK" [dot]uk wrote in message
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Thanks to all who gave me information and advice about my first years
fry. I followed everything people said and expected two or three baby
fish at the end. I now have nearly forty 1" to 1.5" brown/orange fish.
Thanks all

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