Great idea! I assu e you don't even need a heater for this.
Thank you.Great idea! I assu e you don't even need a heater for this.
Thank you. The wood adjusted a tad when I filled up but I think it works as is. I did this easy and just collected everything from the same local pond/stream. Made it fairly easy to throw together and have it look natural.really neat set-up, i like the wood alot. What type of plant is that on the far right? and an empty beer can would be funny as hell, have to post a pic if you add it in. cant wait to see it once you get the fish.
i could be wrong but couldn't a fishing license be considered a condition? also dont know about California but here you can buy a single day fishing license and be within the law and save a few bucks., that the legislature may by statute, provide for the season
when and the conditions under which the different species of fish
may be taken.
I would assume the conditions to be referring to federal and state protected species. I have a fishing license but according to the CDFG you still cannot transport live fish. I can catch and kill as many sunfish and mosquito fish as I want but transporting them 5 blocks to my house is illegal. I could get a live bait permit which would allow me to catch and transport but not house, a research permit which I don't really qualify for, or an aquiculture permit which would require state certification and inspections... CA has pretty much made it illegal to keep wild caught fish. Even if you are a teacher and want to have an indoor educational tank you still need a research permit with 3 members of the schools executive staff to write off on it along with a research proposal...i could be wrong but couldn't a fishing license be considered a condition? also dont know about California but here you can buy a single day fishing license and be within the law and save a few bucks.
That would be pennywort. Typically it grows on top of the water and look semi similar to lilly pads.What are those plants on the far right corner?
Yeah I understand why they would be concerned but I think they should make exception for responsible hobbyists. I wouldn't mind giving the DFG a reasonable amount of money for the appropriate license it just doesn't seem like the appropriate license exists.It sounds similar to here... Must have a licence to fish, and you cannot transport live fish, because their concerned about people moving fish/plants from lake to lake, and rightfully so. Except that here, you ARE allowed to collect as long as its for personal use in an aquarium (im not sure the rule on plants...)
Ive had tons of local fish spp. and I even posted the pictures in the fish section of the TPT site for most of the sunfish spp and a few hybrids. They destroyed my plants and I got rid of them eventually, so beware... I get to see alot of nice specimens at my job, too bad I dont keep them anymore!