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|11-11-2015 08:52 PM|
|ReefGuy77||I went to Fish Mike's when they first opened so I think they were still settling in some because there were some empty tank, mainly saltwater. One thing I did notice though was that they definitely had a nice selection of plants when I was there.|
|11-08-2015 02:22 AM|
|mcwiskers1||I'd like to recommend "Fish Mike Aquatics" in Manchester, NH!! He's at 45 Blaine St. You might want to MapQuest it, as it was a little hard to find...I believe it's a somewhat new store..He's AWESOME!! Great selection of freshwater fish, some saltwater, Cichlids...He has some reptiles...Very nice selection of plants! He's extremely knowledgeable, very nice to deal with, and he'll special order for you...It's so nice having a store like that around! I highly recommend him...|
|09-12-2015 01:25 AM|
|Nevets9333||Check out pets plus in derry nh. Pretty solid collection of everything fw\sw. My favorite is jays aquatics in Salem though.|
|10-27-2014 03:42 PM|
Fish Mike Aquatics is a new Aquarium store that just opened in Manchester NH!
they offer a wide variety of tropical fish, saltwater fish, live plants, aquariums, lighting, filters, food, and all other supplies! We do special orders as well!
45 Blaine Street
Manchester, NH 03102
Please check it out and let the people here know. I live in Dover and hate that there are no good plant sources here.
|06-17-2014 12:37 AM|
Originally Posted by DefStatic View Post
Pet Junction in Somersworth is very close to me - they have a pretty good FW fish selection but have 0 plants to offer (bummer).
Pet City in Seabrook has a good selection of plants - best I've seen around NH. Owners will order you whatever you want as long as you put a deposit down on it. Give them a call if you want harder to find plants - I got my HC there and when they gave it to me it was doing VERY well when I received it.
|04-21-2014 11:55 PM|
|DefStatic||You guys should keep a listing like the one in the Maine subsection. I would love to check out some of these places the next time in NH. We seem to have even less options than NH LOL.|
|04-10-2014 08:13 PM|
Oh yeah and an AWESOME saltwater livestock store, and all around supply store is aquarium addicts in Salem nh...if anyone local knows of any clubs or good spots in the Nashua Manchester area please post...I'm dying for some real life aquarium nerd release lol.
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|04-10-2014 08:09 PM|
It's called fish mike's aquatics...check it out and support a local business!
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|04-10-2014 01:32 PM|
|Seadon||I like the Fish Bowl in Milford...theres a new one opening in my town...manchester that I plan on supporting...I will have to check facebook for the name again and I will post back here...I think its open now. Where specifically are you from?|
|03-22-2013 12:11 PM|
I've got some pics of Zoo Creatures' tanks from my last, and i mean LAST visit, but they'd get deleted like my last comment in this thread about the condition of their tanks. Like this one will get deleted!
I prefer the Petco in Dover.
|03-22-2013 04:11 AM|
|genocdex||i might be late and this might be far but zoo creatures in plaistow nh has about 50/50 fresh and salt. and a decent amount of plants. i havent been there in a while but if frank is still working (kinda a bit of abrasive personality) but he knows his stuff.|
|02-18-2013 02:19 AM|
I followed my GPS to the Aquarium Gallery address in Hudson, NH and it's gone too. On the web it says the site name is for sale.
If you want to support an old school mom and pop LFS go to the Fishbowl on the oval in Milford, NH. Tiny little shop but they do have a 40 gallon tank of real aquatic plants, unlike the terrarium crap at the big boxes.
|02-18-2013 02:02 AM|
Originally Posted by mfskarphedin View Post
|12-11-2012 06:00 PM|
I read Seaworld Pet Center in Salem, NH closed? True? Sad, if so, because they had a great selection of many unusual freshwater fish, very healthy. Oh, I loved my Giant Kuhlis (Slimey Myersi) from them! They lived into their early teens.
And NO funky algae in their tanks.
Yes, they sold puppies, but I hadn't taken the "No Puppies" pledge way back then.
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