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Old 03-04-2013, 02:52 AM   #1
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Baby fish for store credit or cash?


I have both endler live bearers and bolivian rams breeding like crazy in my tank, is there a store in the Baltimore/Towson area that will take fish in exchange for store credit or cash? I have no clue about shipping fish and don't wanna accidentally and needlessly kill any of them so I kind of wanted to stay away from that...

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Old 03-04-2013, 02:54 AM   #2
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Default Baby fish for store credit or cash?

You will generally get more credit than cash so it depends if you want to reinvest into more fish stuff or not
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Yeah, I figured that but I dont mind that. At least when I do need something it will save me some money and hopefully find the fry a good home instead of over populating my tank... Its a win win lol Do you know of a place?
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You can try House of Tropicals in Glen Burnie.
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If that doesn't work I will take some off your hands.
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If that doesn't work I will take some off your hands.
Lol I have no problem with that. The Bolivians Rams are only wigglers and should be free swimming in the next few days and the endlers are probably old enough now but I wanna wait until they color up so I can keep a few of my favorites
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Most stores won't touch them until they're large enough to be sold. I've had guppies old enough to be giving birth, and been told by my LFS that they were still too small for him to take off my hands (for free).
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Hey let me know when they are ready.
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