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07-08-2006 01:28 AM
cliner One word of advice that has worked for me is: "If you see them, buy them!"
Good luck with the search.
06-29-2006 11:54 AM
littleslicknick Well, I checked out Something Fishy. They have Rams, but they were kinda expensive. I want to keep looking before I buy.... I might be able to find them a little cheaper.
cliner: I know Eddies would hold them for me... it's just a matter of them getting some first.
06-22-2006 06:42 PM
cliner Will Eddies hold a trio (better than a pair) for you? Couldn't hurt to ask.
06-22-2006 04:41 PM
littleslicknick Excellent!!! I appreciate the help. I will have to visit these locations. Eddies usually carries them, but by the time I get there on Thursdays after the fish come in, they are usually gone .
06-21-2006 10:08 PM
Urkevitz Petco in Clifton Park has them most of the time, Eddie's aquarium has them too.
06-21-2006 07:44 PM
cliner Something Fishy in Scotia usually has blue rams. I actually picked up a female there and she spawned twice for me. Look up their number and give them a call. You could spend a lot of gas looking around at all the other shops just to return home empty-handed.
06-21-2006 05:00 PM
Rams in Albany

I can't seem to find any Rams in the A-L-B! I really want to try to get a breeding pair, but they seem to elude me. Very clever, those fish are. If anyone can steer me in a direction, I would be pleased. Thanks in advance.

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