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Old 02-22-2014, 01:00 AM   #1
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lfs in Omaha?


Does anyone know of any good lfs in Omaha. The ones I used to know are gone. Is it all big box stores now?
Also is there a good local plant and driftwood source?
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Old 02-22-2014, 03:49 AM   #2
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Nebraska Aquatic Supply or Fish Freaks. NAS has the better plant selection, but if you're looking for rare stuff, you're better off getting it here or online.
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Old 05-15-2014, 03:19 AM   #3
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Nebraska Aquatic Supply or Fish Freaks. NAS has the better plant selection, but if you're looking for rare stuff, you're better off getting it here or online.
Both NAS and Fish Freaks are fantastic shops here in town and can get you just about anything you need. Very helpful shops.
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Aqua Pets on Maple Street is a good fish store too.
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When I went to Fish Freaks, I didn't find the best selection of non-Cichlids. They have a great selection of those, but everything else seemed kind of slim pickins, and fairly timid. But the people were nice. I appreciate that their betta cups are aerated, but the bettas do not like current, so they seemed really stressed and sick.

NAS was unfortunately, sold out of a lot of fish but those that were marked were of a great selection, and they had several lovely large tanks of plants. The fish that were there appeared to be in better condition, not as stressed.

I didn't see driftwood at either.
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