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  1. Oldfishlady
    01-19-2012 12:44 PM - permalink
    Hey, you need to empty your PM box so I can respond....
  2. Curlyfatbottom
    01-14-2012 12:07 PM - permalink
    How about putting all the breeding tank into a large tub.
    Each tank still the same size but u have larger amount of water around them.
    When it reach 75f I'm going to put 12 breeding tank into 8x4 tub.
    It help to control the temp.

    The best of luck to u.
    Hope there no flood.
  3. Curlyfatbottom
    01-13-2012 12:55 PM - permalink
    Bigger tank and a heater help out with fluctuate weather.
    Cause bigger body of water take longer to warm up or cool down.

    Look on the bright side.
    With all that rain.
    Brought you some little bug to feed your fish
  4. Curlyfatbottom
    01-10-2012 01:18 AM - permalink
    i wish it's that hot over here.
    so i can start my breeding project outside.

    wow that's amazing.
    it never rain that hard here.
  5. Curlyfatbottom
    01-04-2012 12:58 PM - permalink
    will your lucky u have someone to look out for u.
    im on my own when im sick.

    will im just hoping there no outbreak this summer.
    cause it will really throw me back big time.

    wow its that warm over there.
    today high is 67f and the low is 39f.
    its sunny today
  6. Curlyfatbottom
    01-02-2012 07:23 PM - permalink
    It suck to be sick.
    Smart old me didn't wait till I heal to have a drink.
    But it was my cousins last day in town b4 they go back home.
    Feel even worst then before.
    Ok with that settle.
    I'm going to breed my giant in a three gallon tub.
    Don't know why but have a higher success rate with small tank.
    Yes 20 gallon is small but with a back up 200 gallon slum system will keep the water clean.
    The only down fall to that.
    If one tank get sick.
    All of the tank get sick.
  7. Curlyfatbottom
    01-01-2012 03:37 PM - permalink
    New to giant.
    So I still have a long way to go until I master it.
    With color.
    I really like the blue.
    Cause it can be bred with other color and still pop up with clean color.
    Color like black,green, white and blue.
    But the down fall is that you can't really mix it up.

    I'm also limited to space.
    So going back to old school breeding.
    Three gallon breeding tanks.
    So I can have more tank set up.
    Grown out tank will be 20 gallon.
    Will all of this is still on the draw board.
    Just got a free tarp that's bigger then 12'x16'
    And pick up some use wood 50 2"x2"x6' and 60 2"x4"x12' for $10
    So I'll have my hand full in a few weeks.
    Still to sick and cold to be working outside.
    Yeah do you think it's possible to breed giant in a small 3 gallon tank
  8. Curlyfatbottom
    12-31-2011 10:28 PM - permalink
    The tag help out a lot if I remember to record all the data.
    Thing like male to female ratio.
    Number of hm.
    Body style
    Only time I bunch up the batch is that I know for sure what is what.
    Never mix the green with blue batch
    Never mix marble batch with anything
    Only time I mix it up.
    Is when I breed white and red
    Unless I breed white with a blue
  9. Curlyfatbottom
    12-29-2011 02:33 PM - permalink
    I usually put a little tag next to the breeding tank.
    The information that's on it.
    the pedigree and age of the male and female.
    Date of breeding and hatch.
    Food that I feed
    Water change
    Hour of light.
    But now.
    Nothing since all the fish are not breed by me
    I'll get back on track on the f2 breeding.
    I hate when fish don't breed true.
    Make it harder to predict the offspring and there offspring
  10. Curlyfatbottom
    12-29-2011 11:31 AM - permalink
    I will.
    Cause if I don't.
    I won't know the age of the fish.
    Currently I have two batch with unknow age.

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