|clownfish88 ||04-23-2007 07:59 PM |
tactic of catching fish
Because there is a need of shifting the fish to another tank, but i encounter a problem of catching the fish. so all bro and sis, can share ur idea of catching the fish like seting trap and etc.
|Lupin ||04-23-2007 08:57 PM |
You might want to wait until midnight where the fish are usually quiet. At this time, it'll be easier to catch the fish.:)
|Age of Aquariums ||04-24-2007 10:07 AM |
What about a fish trap? Just stick food in the fish trap and wait.
|Robnjo ||04-28-2007 05:05 AM |
I use egg crate(well thats what we call it in OZ)to fence off half the tank, that way if I have to move LR or coral I only stuff up half my tank.
I'll take some pic of my organised chaos as I'm about to remove a Luna Wrasse.
|Robnjo ||04-29-2007 06:17 AM |
Well I didn't use my plan of attack, was worried about shifting the Live Rock around so I got the smallest of fish hooks, squashed down the barb and put a bit of Krill on it. BAM!, 5 seconds latter the wrasse is in the bucket of water waiting to go back to where I got him about 2 years ago and 5 inches smaller.
the funny thing is now hes out all the other fish are picking at the rocks together calmly...I guess the big bad boss is gone.
|caferacermike ||04-29-2007 10:06 AM |
I was just going to mention the use of tiny fish hooks until someone beat me to it. Only problem with that method is the possibility of getting the wrong one.
|Robnjo ||04-29-2007 05:15 PM |
I was worried an another would take it but the wrasse is such a Guts, the other fish didn't see it happen...lucky, thankfuly.
|caferacermike ||04-30-2007 05:07 PM |
As an added FYI, in the States we also call that egg crate. It is sold in home improvement stores as a light diffuser for 4x2 flouro fixtures like in an office setting.
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